Ariana Grande Returning To The Stage For First Time Since Mac Miller's Death
Ariana Grande is back! One month after her BFF and ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller, died of a drug overdose, the "No Tears Left To Cry" singer announced she will soon be returning to the big stage.
This December 29, the beauty will be performing at The Chelsea in The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas! This will mark her first show since Miller's tragic death.
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Grande, 25, announced she would be taking a hiatus following the rapper's passing. Her team even cancelled a few appearances for the star, saying she was dealing with "emotional" issues and needed time to heal.
Grande herself has been very vocal about her grief, often responding to fans on social media who send her prayers and good thoughts. She also posted a touching Instagram message about Miller, saying she was both devastated and angry that he wasn't able to overcome his demons.
This Monday on Twitter she told various fans that she was getting back to business and took a break because she was "really sad." She also said that she was feeling "antsy" and wanted to see them all again. "I miss you," she tweeted repeatedly, adding "music is the best medicine."
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