Ariana Grande's 'NASA' Song Launch Has the Space Agency Over the Moon

Ariana Grande's 'NASA' Song Launch Has the Space Agency Over the Moon

He then went on to defend his resume, saying that he has worked with artists like Christina Aguilera, Melissa Etheridge, Ricky Martin and Mary J Blige on crafting unique performances, and that she could ask any of them about his collaborative skills.

The song was released in November, a month after she and Pete ended their engagement following a whirlwind summer romance.

Grande has previously shown her love for the cosmos, expressing her love of Jupiter and Neptune on Twitter and wearing NASA's iconic meatball logo on clothing, and now she's back.

Last week, Ariana Grande announced she would be not be attending the 2019 Grammys after a dispute with producers over the creative direction of her planned performance.

"I was also trying to be protective", she said.

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In addition to referencing Pete Davidson in her "Thank U, Next" lyrics, she also mentions ex-boyfriends Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez, and late rapper Mac Miller. From Grande's interview, it sounds like she and Davidson no longer talk, as she noted: "Everyone that I am still in touch with has been very supportive of it". "I've kept my mouth shut but now you're lying about me", Grande said in a tweet, going on to explain that she felt her "creativity and self-expression was stifled".

Grande won the best pop vocal album trophy for "Sweetener", beating Taylor Swift, Kelly Clarkson, Pink, Shawn Mendes and Camila Cabello. "But we all knew that the first version was gonna be the version we ultimately went with".

"I don't know if I'm good at anything else, but I understand artists and I can hear other artists in an artist".

The singer continued, through tears: "But at the end of the day, these are people and relationships..."