Ariana Grande Gives The TNT Boys the Surprise of Their Lives

Yaaas girl. Work that record breaking

Yaaas girl. Work that record

That data could be interpreted to mean that the world can't get enough of Grande right now, so what she said on The Late Late Show yesterday could be a little disheartening. In fact, Grande is killing it, even tying a record last held by the Beatles.

Ariana Grande recently reached a milestone moment when her Thank U, Next album gave her the top three spots on Billboard 100, something that hasn't been accomplished by an artist since The Beatles.

"7 Rings" is at No. 1 for the fourth straight week, while "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" made its debut as the No. 2 song. "Only @Drake and @PostMalone have landed at least 11 tracks in the top 40 at once".

America's obsession with Ariana Grande has reached new heights.

The accomplishment of scoring the top three positions at the same time has only happened by an artist once before - by The Beatles, Billboard reported.

She added: "i cant believe this is real fr. thanks for making history w ya girl today. and for making me feel loved. bye crying".

Grande was notably absent from the gala amid a spat with the show's producer - but the social media maven commanded attention throughout the evening anyway with relentless posts, including of a satin Zac Posen ball gown she had planned to wear to the show. "I'll take a break after this", she said to the audience.

"And I came to meet you, Francis, and you went like this. you came out shaking and then you went, 'Oh My God!"

But after the TV show host pleaded: "We don't want you to!"

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