Ariana Grande reveals to Billboard that she’s ’60 percent champagne’

Ariana Grande reveals she’s never ‘consumed more alcohol’ than while grieving Mac Miller death and Pete Davidson split

She’s been drowning her sorrows in champagne. 

In an interview with Billboard, released Wednesday, Ariana Grande revealed that she’s never ‘consumed more alcohol’ than she has in the past month.  

‘I am champagne,’ the 25-year-old singer said. ‘You know how people say we’re 60 percent water? I’m 60 percent pink Veuve Clicquot.’ 

Coping mechanism: In an interview with Billboard , released Wednesday, Ariana Grande revealed that she’s never ‘consumed more alcohol’ than she has in the past month. ‘I am champagne,’ the 25-year-old singer said. ‘You know how people say we’re 60 percent water? I’m 60 percent pink Veuve Clicquot’

It’s been a rough year and a half for the Side To Side singer, who witnessed a terrorist attack, lost ex-boyfriend Mac Miller to an overdose, and called off an engagement to SNL’s Pete Davidson.   


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Grande channeled her pain into music, specifically her first ever Billboard Top 100 number one single—Thank U, Next. 

‘I love this more than any other song I’ve ever put out,’ she told the media outlet. ‘It was me and my besties tipsy off champagne…and me with a broken heart…just letting it out and having fun.’    


Tough times: It’s been a rough year and a half for the Side To Side singer, who witnessed a terrorist attack, lost ex-boyfriend Mac Miller to an overdose, and called off an engagement to SNL’s Pete Davidson

Ariana’s music triumphs, between Thank U, Next and her chart-topping album Sweetener, led Billboard to name her their 2018 Woman Of The Year.   

But the Florida native is already looking ahead to her fifth studio album—titled after the hit breakup track. 

‘[Thank U, Next was a product of] feminine energy and champagne and music and laughter and crying,’ Grande said. ‘This [album’s] not particularly uplifting. A lot of it sounds really upbeat, but it’s actually a super sad chapter.’ 

Career milestone: Rather than wallow in a pint of ice cream, Grande channeled her pain into music—specifically her first ever Billboard Top 100 number one single, Thank U, Next

‘I love this more than any other song I’ve ever put out,’ she told Billboard. ‘It was me and my besties tipsy off champagne…and me with a broken heart…just letting it out and having fun’

And the sadness of the past year remains with Ariana despite her recent musical milestones. 

‘I can’t even say “Good morning” to anyone without crying,’ she revealed, adding that she no longer ‘gives a s**t’ about what people think. 

‘When life tries you with such serious s**t so many times, your priorities change,’ she said. ‘I just want to be happy and healthy one day…and make music.’  

Boss babe: Ariana’s music triumphs, between Thank U, Next and her chart-topping album Sweetener, led Billboard to name her their 2018 Woman Of The Year

Pushing through: The sadness of the past year remains with the God Is A Woman singer despite her recent musical milestones. ‘I can’t even say “Good morning” to anyone without crying,’ she revealed, adding that she no longer ‘gives a s**t’ about what people think

Grande concluded her Billboard interview with words of advice for her younger self.   

‘The advice I would give to my younger self would probably be the same advice that I think I’m giving myself today, which is to just be kinder to myself,’ she said. 

‘I’ve always been way better at giving lots of love and chances and acceptance and forgiveness to other people but none to myself. I think I would try to realize that a little earlier cause I’m just starting to enter that chapter and figure that out.’ 

Live your best life: Grande concluded her chat with Billboard with words of advice for her younger self. ‘The advice I would give to my younger self would probably be the same advice that I think I’m giving myself today, which is to just be kinder to myself,’ she said

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