Ariana Grande: 15 Things You Didn’t Know (Part 1)

Ariana Grande is one of the most popular young musicians right now. The 22-year-old has a cult following and openly adores her fans. However, there are some things about Grande that very few people are aware of. Here, we present 15 things you probably didn’t know about Ariana Grande. Check out part one, and stay tuned for part two, coming soon!

Number Fifteen: She Loves Halloween. In an interview, she has said, “I wish every day were Halloween. I have had a sick obsession with horror movies since I was little. My mom thought I’d grow up to be a serial killer because I wore Halloween masks around the house.” This is ironic considering her seemingly innocent and happy disposition.

Number Fourteen: She Holds a Really Cool Record. Grande is the very first female artist who has had two albums debut at number one since 2010. The albums of hers that debuted at number one were 2013’s Yours Truly and 2014’s My Everything. Susan Boyle was the last person to achieve this feat.

Number Thirteen: She Has an Interesting Grandmother. Grande’s grandmother is an advocate for sleeping naked. Grande shared this little piece of information in an interview with Us Weekly. She also said that she calls her grandmother Nonna, rather than grandmother.

Number Twelve: She Really Likes Hockey. Grande used to attend a lot of hockey games. In fact, she loved the Florida Panthers so much that she sand the national anthem at one of their games when she was just eight years old!

Number Eleven: Her First Ever Role Was as Annie. Yes, little orphan Annie! Once Grande played the role of Annie, she fell in love with acting immediately.

Number Ten: She Can Play the French Horn. Apparently, Grande used to play french horn a lot. She played in middle school and was apparently quite talented.

Number Nine: She Likes Jim Carrey. Although Jim Carrey’s film Bruce Almighty did not get very high ratings and did not do so well in the box office, Grande really likes it. She said that the 2003 movie is the “greatest movie ever” in an interview.