Ariana Grande's 'NASA' Song Launch Has the Space Agency Over the Moon

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Ariana Grande's hit "Thank U, Next" was nearly a very different song.

Pink, a three-time GRAMMY victor, tweeted that she was honored to be nominated but will be taking care of her sick child tonight instead of attending the ceremony. Ariana also explained that she actually looks no different now: "if i'm honest. this is still exactly what i look like without lashes and my pony". "I saw those tweets and what she said. Trust I tried and still truly wished it had worked".

While that might be good news for her fans, supporters of Mac Miller weren't happy, including his ex-girlfriend Ariana Grande.


The Globe's top picks for what to see and do each weekend, in Boston and beyond. Even Grande humorously commented on the song's place in her discography on Twitter last fall: "remember when i was like hey i have no tears left to cry and the universe was like HAAAAAAAAA bitch u thought".

Buzz Aldrin, Armstrong's colleague from the mission, also shared NASA's tweet and wondered when he would be featured in one of her songs.

Grande, who picked up her first Grammy this year, for Best Pop Vocal Album, didn't attend after a public dispute with the show's producers. Next singer's tweeted was referring to Cardi B's win, this did not stop Twitter users from speculating she was upset her ex-boyfriend Max had not won for his album Swimming. She later clarified she wasn't criticizing Cardi B.


Mac - whose full name is Malcolm James McCormick - had died aged 26 from an accidental overdose, after taking a cocktail of fentanyl and cocaine.

Grande was still proud of Cardi B.

She took to Twitter after the news was announced and described her win as "wild and handsome".


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