Top 5 Reasons We Love Ariana Grande

Script written by Spencer Sher Ariana Grande is a woman with tremendous talent and she’s got a big heart to boot. Not only is she a cofounder for the South Florida youth singing group Kids Who Care, but she didn’t shy away from engaging and giving back to fans after the Manchester terrorist bombing. She does amazing impressions of other celebrities; she’s an animal rights activist and is outspoken about equality and feminism.
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Top 5 Reasons We Love Ariana Grande


If you aren’t already in love with this pop singer, you might want to check out our list. Welcome to MsMojo, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Top 5 Reasons We Love Ariana Grande.

For this list, we’ll be delving into the top reasons for why the world is in love with Ariana Grande.

#5: She Does Amazing Impressions

Everyone knows that Ariana Grande is an incredible singer, but did you know that she is also a top-notch impersonator? That’s right! The Florida born entertainer has proven on multiple occasions that she is capable of impersonating a number of different people. From Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera to Celine Dion and Judy Garland, Grande has the ability to tailor her voice to artists from both ends of the vocal spectrum. We can only imagine what it’s like to pal around with Grande in her off time as she rips off spot-on versions of everyone’s favorite pop songs.

#4: She Gives Back

In the wake of the 2017 Manchester terrorist attack, Grande went above and beyond the call of duty when she organized a charity concert to help raise funds for the victims and their families. However, this was not the first time the pop star went out of her way to help those in need. Grande has helped raise awareness for a number of causes including LGBT rights, HIV and AIDS and the Black Lives Matter movement. In fact, at just 10 years old she co-founded Kids Who Care, a group of young singers who performed at charitable events to help raise money for a variety of causes. For Grande, giving back is second nature.

#3: She's an Animal Rights Activist

We’ve already established that Grande is more than willing to stand up for what she believes in, but did you know that includes animal rights? After watching the documentary “Blackfish”, Grande decided to boycott SeaWorld and urged her fans to do the same. It was also around this time that the multitalented signer became a vegan. However, refusing to eat meat is only the beginning. Grande has adopted multiple rescue dogs and in 2015 paid the adoption fees for 35 different pups that were in need of a home. Talk about putting your money where your mouth is!


#2: She's Outspoken about Equality

Grande has never been shy when it comes to voicing her opinions about women’s rights. In fact, the singer has shut down the haters on several occasion when presented with lines of sexist questioning – particularly a 2015 radio interview with Power 106 in which she refused to go along with the hosts string of disrespectful and downright misinformed questions. A true role model for young women everywhere, Grande attended the 2017 Women’s March in solidarity with women from across the globe. The entertainment industry needs more people like Grande who are willing to go to bat for an important cause.

#1: Her Insane Singing Ability

Few artists can belt out a tune quite like Ariana Grande. Her impressive vocal range has been compared to Mariah Carey and her songs have the ability to transcend demographics, connecting with fans from all over the world. What some of you might not know is that Grande got her first big break as a cast member in the Broadway musical “13”. From there she landed a gig as an actor on the Nickelodeon series “Victorious”. It would appear that Ariana Grande is a synonym for multitalented, as she has found a way to prove herself on stage, on screen and on the top of the Billboard charts.

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