Ariana Grande Performs In The UK For The First Time Since One Love Concert
For an intimate gig performing new album Sweetener.
Ariana Grande has performed in the UK for the first time since raising money for the Manchester attack victims at the One Love concert.
The singer performed her new album ‘Sweetener’ during an intimate gig at KOKO in London, as part of Capital FM’s Up Close series.
Not only did the ‘God Is A Woman’ singer perform songs from her latest album, she also switched things up by belting out some of her biggest hits.
The set consisted of 20 songs mostly off her fourth studio album, but Ari also included an acapella version of the hit One Last Time, and the crowd freaked.
Luckily for us all, Twitter has footage:
Ari also performed past hits such as ‘Best Mistake’, ‘Right There’, and ‘Honeymoon Avenue’, the latter two being off the singer’s very first studio album, Yours Truly.
During the set, Ari asked the crowd what requests they had and everyone began shouting out for ‘Why Try’, which she didn’t seem impressed by. Calling the song "boring." Hilarious.
And at one point she thought she heard someone in the crowd tell her to “sit cho ass down”. Iconic.
It’s also been announced Ari will be performing a one-hour special show to air on BBC later this year. Appaz during the TV special the singer will be interviewed by Davina McCall.
The show is set to be filmed on September 7.