When Ariana Grande steps out onstage to carry out at Coachella later this year, the famous person will make historical past because the music pageant’s youngest artist to ever headline the occasion.
The 25-year-old has been within the public eye since 2009 when she started her performing profession and landed roles in TV reveals like Nickelodeon’s Victorious, but it surely was her debut album, Yours Truly, that actually put her on the map in 2013. Since then she’s pumped out hit after hit, from the current “Thank U, Next” to “Problem,” which is why her headlining spot at Coachella is a no-brainer. What makes her look on the highest of the line-up much more thrilling — or maybe miserable, relying on the way you look at it — is that she’s solely the fourth feminine artist to ever headline the pageant.
Last year, Beyoncé made historical past as the primary lady of coloration to ever headline the occasion. In 2017, Lady Gaga headlined (filling in for Beyoncé, who was pregnant at the time), and in 2002, Icelandic singer Björk turned the first-ever feminine headliner. Grande’s manager, Scooter Braun, took a second to have fun her accomplishment with a submit on Instagram. “See you in the 🌵,” he wrote. “@arianagrande 4th female to ever headline and the youngest headliner in the history of the festival! #history congrats Ari.”
As for Grande herself? Well, she appears fairly pumped.
humbled and excited as all hell @coachella 🌵 thank u
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) January 3, 2019