With many of us constantly bombarded with news, gossip, and the latest “trending news”, the spotlight has never been more revealing. Fortunately for Ariana Grande, her reputation has remained beyond stellar as she has enjoyed more than a decade of success in the music and television industries.
Beginning as a child actress starring in Nickelodeon sitcoms such as Victorious, Grande crystallized a fan group of then-young Gen-Xers who would remain fans and supporters into the present day. In 2011, Ariana Grande released her first single, which would begin her music career which would culminate to winning a Grammy Award and earning the record for most number-one debuts on the Billboard 100 list.
Since 2019, Ariana Grande is the most followed woman on the social media platform Instagram. It is no secret that she is one of the most influential people in the world. What’s more astounding, is what she has done with the platform she’s established.
At just the age of 10, Grande founded a South Florida youth signing group entitled Kids Who Care, which raised over half a million dollars in 2017 alone. An outspoken feminist, Ariana has used her concerts and social media as platforms to advocate for LGBTQ rights as well as female empowerment and issues of gender profiling. Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, Grande donated sums to fans who struggled to make ends meet, and supported Project 100, a movement aimed to provide digital payments to 100,000 families most affected by the pandemic. More recently, Grande launched Orange Twins Rescue in December 2020, an LA-based animal shelter.
Given her sheer talent and charisma, it is no surprise that Ariana Grande has amassed such fame and fortune. Her commitment to charity and her beliefs have made her powerful voice even stronger, as it has sung for millions of people across the world who wish to be heard. She is an exemplary role model for young women everywhere who wish to achieve their goals and remain unselfish with their convictions.