Ariana Grande revealed that she turned off new music while filming the upcoming Wicked movies.
During a Q&A about her beauty brand REM Beauty, Grande shared that she had yet to start work on her seventh album as she spent time filming and preparing for The Voice.
He explained, “I started hearing rumors of a sinister audition coming up, so I went into full setup while I was also filming The Voice.” “So I was shooting and taking lessons every day because I just wanted to be prepared…I know I know things like the back of my hand, but I have a lot to learn and I want to be on top of my game. So I put in a lot of effort to get ready.”
Grande is set to play Glinda in a movie adaptation of Wicked opposite Cynthia Erivo as Elphaba. Director John M Choo recently announced that the movie Wicked will be released in two parts.
Now, when film production begins this summer, Grande will be fully focused on the role of Glenda.
“Thank God, the most amazing gift of my entire life, you know, this role I’ve loved since I was 10 and will include every part of me, every minute, every ounce of me. My heart, my time, my soul, all I can,” Grande said. Introducing it to her.” “I have my hands too busy with a lot of other stunts right now… I spend all my time with Glinda. »
In October 2020, Grande released her sixth album, “Positions”. This album came after the 2018 albums “Thank U, Next” and “Sweenter”. Among his other works are “Dangerous Woman”, “My Everything” and “Your Truly”. In 2021, Grande won her second Grammy for Rain On Me in collaboration with Lady Gaga.
Ariana Grande began her music career professionally when she was eight years old. She appeared in the original Broadway in Jason Robert Brown’s 13: The Musical and played Penny Bingleton in the NBC live show Hairspray in 2016. Grande is the winner of two Grammy Awards, a Brit Award, and two Billboard Music Awards. Music Awards, nine MTV Video Music Awards and 26 Guinness World Records.
Wicked is currently the fifth longest-running show in Broadway history, and is the recipient of more than 100 international awards, including a Grammy Award and three Tony Awards. Since its opening in 2003, Wicked has performed in more than 100 cities in 16 countries around the world (United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Ireland, Japan, Germany, Netherlands, Australia, New Zealand, Singapore, South Korea). Brazil, Switzerland and China) and has so far been translated into six languages: Japanese, German, Dutch, Spanish, Korean and Portuguese. Wicked has been viewed by more than 60 million people worldwide and has generated over $5 billion in global sales.
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