Famous singer stuns fans bringing mother and grandmother onto the stage
During her performance at the VMA's yesterday, Ariana Grande paid tribute to women everywhere by bringing her mother and grandmother to the stage.
She performed her latest hit track "God Is A Woman," and her visually spectacular set included a host of fifty female backup dancers dressed in red and gold.
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Towards the end of the song, Grande figured it fitting to introduce the world to the most important women in her life: Her mother Joan, grandmother Marjorie, and aunt Lani.
MTV shared a video clip of the performance to their official Twitter account with the caption: "Seriously can't get enough of [Ariana Grande.]"
She incorporated the theme into her song, and the stage was transformed into a visual representation of the Last Supper.
The song ended with the three generations holding hands and laughing. Her boyfriend, Pete Davidson, was also in attendance to show his support.
The song is taken from her latest album, "Sweetener," her fourth studio album and is a follow up to its predecessor, "Dangerous Woman."
It has a total of 15 tracks, including "No Tears Left To Cry," "The Night Is Coming" featuring Nicki Minaj, and "Borderline," featuring Missy Elliot.
Apart from the spectacular performance, Grande received four nominations, which included Video Of The Year, Best Pop, Best Cinematography, and Best Visual Effects for "No More Tears Left To Cry."
Sadly, she didn't get to add a new VMA award to her collection. Grande won the Best Pop Video Award for "Problem" four years ago.
Grande broke off her 2-year relationship with Mac Miller earlier this years after. They remained good friends, and Grande said on social media that she respects and adores him endlessly.
She is currently engaged to Davidson, and the couple made their official first appearance at New York's Radio City Music Hall.