How Ariana Grande Grew To Be Not Just Pop Superstar, But Also An Important Feminist

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Ariana Grande Performs at 57th Annual Grammy Awards

As Ariana Grande turns 22 today, it’s amazing to look back at her career in the spotlight, which has taken her from a little-known teenage actress to one of the biggest pop stars in music today. Recently, she’s made an impact by stepping out as a symbol of female empowerment, and she’s also returning to TV on Scream Queens, the latest show from Glee and American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy.

Grande first came into the public eye as Cat Valentine on the Nickelodeon sitcom, Victorious, before co-starring on its short-lived and sometimes inappropriate spin-off series, Sam & Cat.

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Meanwhile, Grande also pursued her ambitions for a music career. She started with her debut album, Yours Truly, after the first season of Victorious was complete, and it was finally released in 2013. It was a hit, going gold on the strength of “The Way,” which peaked at No. 9 on the

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How Ariana Grande Grew To Be Not Just Pop Superstar, But Also An Important Feminist

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