Ariana Grande has made her triumphant return to the stage.
On Monday night, NBC went on the air. A very evil Halloween: celebrating 15 years on Broadway. As part of the pre-recorded special, Grande, 25, performed a very impressive performance of "The Wizard and I" in front of many of the greatest fans of the musical.
The performance marked the first time that Grande returned to the stage since her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller died of an apparent overdose in September and she and her former fiance Pete Davidson canceled their engagement in mid-October.
With a strapless green top, black pants and black thigh high boots, the trademark looked happy and relieved to be back on stage, while singing the melody while the audience members were singing. He also showed his nail polish, lipstick and eye shadow inspired by Elphaba.
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In the event, which also marked Grande's first public appearance after the division, the pop star was left without her 3-carat engagement ring and $ 93,000 and she covered her tattoo with her "Pete" finger.
Grande's participation in the special anniversary was not always safe.
One day after her confirmed separation from Davidson, 24, the singer "Successful" showed that she was focusing on her work after their separation, sharing a photo of her. Evil test script
"I'm honored to be included in the 15-year celebration of my favorite musical of all time," Grande subtitled the photo, adding that "I would not miss her for the whole universe" along with a green heart emoji. But hours before the final recording took place, Grande skipped the final rehearsal.
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Later, he shared an Instagram post explaining that going back to work has not been easy. Still, she was determined not to let anything stand in her way to attend the final recording of the show.
"I can not believe I almost let my anxiety ruin this today!" Grande subtitled the photo since then deleted. "Today not Satan! "Neither tomorrow nor the next day either, no more, you can not suck my big green day, sing my heart and be a great love boat."
And last week, Grande opened up to her fans on Twitter and explained that the music had helped her face the difficult moments of her life.
"Everything is arranged [sic]"She tweeted After a fan he praised his passion for music.
"It does not work when you love him, you're a child!", She also he wrote on Twitter After a fan they praised their hard work. "I am the luckiest girl in the world to be able to do this without expressing myself and healing me in this way … my lifeline thanks to Ub for listening and allowing this to be my life"
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At the end of September, it was confirmed that Grande would be living one of his dreams by joining the originals. Evil the stars Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel, as well as the current Broadway company of the musical and the Pentatonix for the celebration of the 15th anniversary of the series on NBC, A very evil Halloween: Celebrating 15 years on Broadway.
"One of my dream roles is to play Elphaba", Grande released an episode of Carpool Karaoke: The Series, in which she sang "What Is This Feeling" with Seth McFarlane. "I would do it tomorrow, I would cancel all my s- that's my dream."
Grande is a former student of Broadway and NBC televised live musicals, starring Jason Robert Brown 13 on stage in 2008 and Hairspray Live! in 2016