Ariana Grande Performs 'Sweetener' Tracks, Opens Up About Anxiety After Manchester in BBC Special



Ariana Grande took to the BBC on Thursday (Nov. 1) for an intimate, hour-long particular, titled Ariana Grande on the BBC, filmed in early September on the identical day ex-boyfriend Mac Miller handed away. The present featured Grande performing a 13-song set of Sweetener tracks together with hits "No Tears Left to Cry," "Breathin'," "God is a Woman" and "R.E.M." in addition to her largest hits backed by an all-female orchestra. 

In between songs, the particular additionally contained interview segments with host Davina McCall, who talked with the 25-year-old about psychological well being in gentle of the May 2017 Manchester Arena assault and the One Love Manchester profit live performance held two weeks later to lift cash for victims of the bombing throughout Grande's present. 

“I virtually really feel responsible that I've it [anxiety] as a result of it’s simply in your head and it’s simply so loopy how highly effective it's," stated Grande of her nervousness. "You have ups and downs and generally you’ll go weeks at a time the place you'll be crushing it and there will likely be no nervousness… after which one thing will occur that may set off it after which you could have a few down days.”

McCall confirmed Grande a clip of Manchester natives praising the singer for her power to return to the town so quickly after the May 2017 bombing that killed 22 individuals and injured greater than 100. Though Grande didn't make a remark in regards to the incident, she gave the impression to be visibly emotional and teared up after listening to the sort feedback from followers. 

The "Grande on the BBC" setlist: "No Tears Left to Cry," "Dangerous Woman," "Breathin'," "Goodnight and Go," "R.E.M," "Only One," "God Is A Woman," "Love Me Harder" and "One Last Time."

Watch Grande's BBC particular in full beneath.