The singer's Sweetener World Tour begins in NY on Monday. Is your heart breaking?
Usually, artists will play hit songs of today through the speakers before they take the stage, but Ariana Grande wanted fans to hear Mac Miller's music as a sweet gesture and show everyone just how much he is missed. The "7 Rings" singer, 25, gave a subtle nod to her ex-boyfriend, who died in September 2018, by playing his music before the first show of her Sweetener tour.
As you know, the superstar has been through a lot and she's managed to cope to the best of her ability but Ariana supposedly believes she just couldn't have done it without the support of her loyal fans.
In a post shared on Instagram, Grande, 25, emphasized an initiative to get her fans registered to vote. She is continuing to recognize Miller and his work.
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Ariana Grande found a special place in her live show experience for her late boyfriend Mac Miller.
Miller's songs soon stopped playing and Ariana Grande took the stage with fans going insane in the audience.
Speaking of, the insider noted that Ariana's 'friends and family hope that she can now breathe a sigh of relief after a great first night'.