Ariana Grande, A Fifth Member Of The Beatles?

Ariana Grande has became a household name over the few years with her hit songs, such as “Dangerous Woman” “The Way” and “Problem”. The past couple of months Ariana has really been making some noise with the music industry. After the break up with comedian Pete Davidson, Ariana Grande made the song “Thank You, Next”, which is a silly song that is dedicated to the past relationships she was in.  On November 17, 2018, “Thank You, Next” became Ariana’s first number one song on the Billboard Top 100 Charts.

After “Thank You, Next”, Ariana has been the talk around town. Every store was playing the song, and every social media outlet was talking about the song. Social media sites such as “Twitter”, turned her song into memes, some of them Ariana found funny.


Ariana now has three songs taking the first three spots on the Billboard Top 100 Charts. Number one is “7 Rings”, number two is “Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I’m Bored” and at number three is “Thank You, Next”. All twelve songs on her new album “Thank You, Next” are on the Billboard Top 100. Ariana has became the first to have three songs has the top three choices on the Billboard Top 100 since the Beatles. The Beatles achieve that in 1964. Ariana could not believe that she has achieved this goal. She even stated that she thought it was an edit and a joke. “I laughed when i saw this bc i thought y’all edited it. thank u from the bottom of my heart. for so many reasons”, one of Ariana’s tweets stated. Ariana also tweeted “First time since the beatles huh. that’s wild. i thought this was a joke when i saw it i’m not kidding. i love u. so much. always have n will. thank u for everything.”

Ariana’s career is skyrocketing, hope for more achievements from her in the future.

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