Thanks to Sweetener, Ariana Grande is our Wonder Woman of the Week


Ariana Grande has been winning awards and topping charts the past couple of weeks, and her happiness and success inspires us all.

Ariana Grande has been having a great past couple of months. With so much going on for her and all of the buzz surrounding her life and a new album, we decided we had to make her our Wonder Woman of the Week.

If you’re active on Twitter, you know Ariana has been getting a lot of attention lately with her upcoming marriage to Pete Davidson. Fans are happy to see her looking so happy.

In Ariana’s own words about her upcoming wedding, likely happening next year,

"My friends and I, and my mom and everybody have been brainstorming and sharing ideas. […] It’s really fun. I work so much, I’ve never spent so much time planning something that’s personal, that feeds my soul so much and my heart. I’m gonna cry. I’m just so excited."

While we are glad she is fulfilled in her personal life, she is also a powerhouse when it comes to her career. Her newest album, Sweetener, dropped on Aug. 17. This is her fourth studio album, and it is likely to reach #1 on the charts.

She also performed her hit song, “God is a Woman,” at the VMAs this year, where she also won the best pop video award for “No Tears Left to Cry.” Overall, she has had a winning few weeks and looks to continue to be on the up and up.

She also spoke to Good Morning America about the album and about healing from what happened during her Manchester concert last year, saying,

"You find the light eventually, and it’s still, you know, a work in progress … But I think the sense of community that I saw in response to what happened was, like, the best example of humanity. We saw the worst possible side of humanity, and then we also saw people come together and turn it into something beautiful and showcase how beautiful people can be to one another."

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So, have you listened to Sweetener yet? What is your favorite song off of the album?