Ariana Grande breaks down in tears after Aretha Franklin tribute


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Variety reports that Ariana initially said no to the request from the show's producers as she was too emotional to sing, due to Aretha being one of her heroes. So I just called it 'Pete.' It was either going to be that or 'This Is About Pete Davidson.' I was like, 'Why not?

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It took The Roots' Questlove to change her mind; when he approached her later, he convinced her that performing a Franklin hit alongside The Roots would be a fitting tribute, and Grande ultimately agreed.

So much so, she knew she would one day marry the actor.

"We never exchanged numbers or anything, we weren't even friends for long". "And my friends used to make fun of me for it and all that stuff".

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Four-time Grammy nominee Ariana Grande delivered an emotional tribute to her idol, Aretha Franklin, on Thursday's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.

She told Jimmy: "I left his writers room and, I'm not a "crushy" person, but I left and said to my tour manager I'm going to marry him'. I didn't even see him at the afterparty".

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