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Ariana Grande Matches Beatles Billboard Record

Ariana Grande Matches Beatles Billboard Record

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. It is a feat not achieved by anyone since The Beatles.

The superstar's latest album - entitled "Thank U, Next", like its lead single - sees the star sharpen her brand of bubblegum pop with a biting personal edge. That's impressive enough on its own, but the first three spots on the list are Grande's tunes, as Billboard reported that this is the fourth week that "7 Rings" topped the charts.

Grande's album Thank U, Next is shattering records, with 11 of her songs landing on the Top 40 of the February 23-dated Billboard Hot 100 chart.

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

In the middle of singing "And I Am Telling You", Ariana pops up from behind to join the boys in finishing the song.

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"I thought it was an edit that my fans made". Nothing could be further from the truth, but she told the late night host: "I'll take a break after this". I'm exhausted of my voice'.

Ariana Grande set up an adorable surprise for "The World's Best" contestants, adorable boy band the TNT Boys, on "The Late Late Show", coincidentally falling on a day she made Billboard history not once, but twice.

"This is so weird and insane".

This happened when the TNT Boys performed at The Late Late Show with James Corden.