Ariana Grande considering changing tour setlist due to emotional songs

Brenda Watkins
April 22, 2019

Ariana also set fire to the scene when she sang on Side to Side with rapper Nicki Minaj. At Coachella 2018, she gave a surprise performance of "No Tears Left to Cry" during Kygo's set and hung out with her then-boyfriend, Mac Miller, backstage.

A fan tweeted at her, writing: 'Music is your therapy and I love seeing it heal you'. However, a few days before Ariana's performance, the singer had opened her fight against Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and received considerable support for her. Many told her they "wouldn't be mad" if she ended up cancelling the rest of her "Sweetener" tour.However, despite feeling "confused and exhausted", she was determined that she "won't do that."When a fan asked the singer if touring was good for her health, Grande responded, "I don't think it is."Honestly.it's been v hard".

In a tweet of her own, Grande wrote that 'Making it is healing. Taking to her Instagram story, she revealed the "terrifying" levels of PTSD she had after getting a brain scan.

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In a since-deleted tweet made on Thursday (18 April), Grande revealed how this is affecting her current tour. But I just feel so much more connected now and yeah.

It must not always be easy to be this open and honest with the world, but it's definitely so important to normalize stigmas about mental health.

Grande transformed these experiences into another critically acclaimed, highly personal album, "Thank U, Next", which she released in January. If I feel like I'm able to make special things with my incredible friends quickly, why not share them right away? "I am constantly working on my health/learning how to process pain (aren't we all)".

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