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Ariana Grande continued a conversation about objectification on her Twitter following responses to her message about a crude experience with a fan of boyfriend Mac Miller. Grande’s original message detailed a young boy calling Grande “sexy” and congratulating Miller for “hitting that” in front of, but not directly to, Grande.
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“Things like [that] happen all the time and are the kinds of moments that contribute to women’s sense of fear and inadequacy,” singer writes
In the pop star’s follow-up tweets, she noted that many people’s main critique of her words is that she is “so sexual” in her videos and her music. “Expressing sexuality in art is not an invitation for disrespect,” she explains. “Just like wearing a short skirt is not asking for assault.”
She further stated that expressions of sexuality are a woman’s choice. “You are literally saying that if we look a certain way, we are yours to take,” the singer wrote. “But we are not!!! It’s our right to express ourselves.”
Grande had previously pointed out that her experience with Miller’s fan made her feel “sick and objectified” and “like a piece of meat.” She wanted to share the incident with the public because she felt like it fed into shared feelings of “fear and inadequacy” by the many women who have also been spoken to our about in an uncomfortable way. “We are not objects or prizes. We are QUEENS,” she concluded in her letter.
Miller has yet to comment on the incident. The pair have recorded two duets together, including Grande’s early hit “The Way,” which appeared on her 2013 debut album Yours Truly. Most recently, they teamed up for “My Favorite Part” off Miller’s The Divine Feminine album.
seeing a lot of “but look how you portray yourself in videos and in your music! you’re so sexual!” …. please hold.. next tweet… i repeat
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 28, 2016
expressing sexuality in art is not an invitation for disrespect !!! just like wearing a short skirt is not asking for assault.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 28, 2016
Women’s choice. ♡ our bodies, our clothing, our music, our personalities….. sexy, flirty, fun.
it is not. an open. invitation.
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 28, 2016
You are literally saying that if we look a certain way, we are yours to take. But we are not !!! It’s our right to express ourselves. ♡
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 28, 2016

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December
20th
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October
4th
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Ariana Grande has already revealed that she’ll be playing more than 35 shows in North America on her 2017 “Dangerous Woman Tour,” but which international countries will her huge tour be visiting. Ariana has been hinting at the upcoming international tour dates for her highly anticipated 2017 tour for months now, but now she’s finally giving fans a more concrete idea of exactly which countries she’s planning to visit when the “Dangerous Woman Tour” kicks off in Phoenix, Arizona, on February 2.

 

Speaking out her big plans to take her upcoming shows international, Grande revealed in a recent interview with Australia’s Sunrise that she’ll most definitely be heading down under at some point next year, marking the first time Ariana has ever toured in Australia after missing the country on her 2015 “Honeymoon Tour.”

“I haven’t announced my international dates yet but they are coming,” Ariana revealed when asked if her “Dangerous Woman Tour” would be heading to Australia in the interview.

However, Grande did admit that she already knows that her shows will include at least one stop down under.

“We are working on them,” said Ariana of international dates, “and I’m definitely coming to Australia!”

Grande’s big tease that she will, in fact, be heading to Australia for her “Dangerous Woman Tour” comes amid the U.S. tour dates receiving unprecedented demand, as New York’s Madison Square Garden announced on Twitter that Ariana’s February 23 show at the prestigious venue has sold so well that Grande has scheduled a second show for the following night.

“Due to overwhelming demand, a second Ariana Grande show has been added on 2/24,” the venue revealed in a tweet on October 3. “Tix go on sale to the general public this Friday!”

Ariana Grande’s big Madison Square Garden milestone came after weeks of teasing when it comes to the upcoming schedule for her international shows, which Ariana recently revealed were coming soon on social media.

“I promise… international dates are being worked out as we speak,” Grande revealed on social media last month, revealing that girl band Little Mix and Victoria Monet will serve as her support acts for her North American shows.

Grande also teased her upcoming shows when announcing her North American dates during an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon last month, where she officially confirmed that more dates outside the U.S. and Canada were still to come.

“There will be more dates coming,” Grande confirmed on the late night talk show of the shows that are still to be announced, “but for now, I just had to get something because [of] my fans.”

Ariana echoed that more tour dates will be on the way ahead of her “Dangerous Woman Tour” on social media.

“International dates & more to come,” Ariana told her followers alongside a graphic showing the currently scheduled U.S. shows, showing Grande’s more than 30 stops.

Ariana is yet to reveal the exact details of her international stops for her much anticipated 2017 tour, though it’s safe to say that Grande’s millions of fans are getting pretty excited for the “Side to Side” singer to spill the beans on exactly where she’ll be heading outside of the U.S. and Canada next year.

 

Are you looking forward to the release of Ariana Grande’s international stops for her 2017 “Dangerous Woman Tour?”

Source: Inquisitr

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April
17th
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#2 Dangerous Woman

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17th
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On Saturday (April 16), Grande shared the tracklist — which features appearances by Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Macy Gray and Future — through a brief Instagram clip of the herself holding up each song name on a mugshot placard. See the video and full tracklist below.

Watch Ariana Grande Go Glam for Sultry ‘Dangerous Woman’ Performance at MTV Movie Awards

Dangerous Woman, Grande’s third album, will be released May 20. The set’s title track made its live debut when the singer was the host and musical guest on Saturday Night Live in March.

See the full Dangerous Woman tracklist below.

1. “Moonlight”
2. “Dangerous Woman”
3. “Be Alright”
4. “Into You”
5. “Side to Side” (feat. Nicki Minaj)
6. “Let Me Love You” (feat. Lil Wayne)
7. “Greedy”
8. “Leave Me Lonely” (feat. Macy Gray)
9. “Everyday” (feat. Future)
10. “Sometimes”
11. “I Don’t Care”
12. “Bad Decisions”
13. “Touch It
“14. Knew Better / Forever Boy”
15. “Thinkin bout You”

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