Ariana Grande Begins Her Sweetener World Tour in Albany

Ariana Grande Begins Her Sweetener World Tour in Albany

She opened up more about her anxiety on her TV special, Ariana Grande at the BBC, admitting to presenter Davina McCall that she feels bad for feeling anxious when she's achieved such success. You can also watch on the NBC website or app.

The jaunt in support of her new album, Sweetener, includes a March 28 stop at the Q.

In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Chenoweth said that being a part of the special made her very emotional.

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The special, which aired on Monday night, was a trip down the ol' yellow brick road with cast members from the Broadway show and various other artists putting their own spin on the classic songs. That wasn't long after the overdose death of her ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller - which occurred the same day of the BBC special.

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It appears the "Bang Bang" singer is prepared to go back on the road and conquer the world with her music once more.

American Express Card members can purchase tickets from 10 a.m. November 1 through 10 p.m. November 3 local time.

Former Victorious actress is also planning on making three other appearances in New York during the course of her tour, one in Western NY followed up by hitting two major performance venues in NYC.

Clad in all green - literally: she rocked a green dress, lips, nails, and eyeshadow - Grande performed the show-stopping number, originally sung by Idina Menzel's Elphaba in the Broadway production.