Ariana Grande Closes First Weekend of Coachella With *NSYNC and Nicki Minaj!

Ariana Grande‘s latest opening was even improved than we could imagine!

The 25-year-old thespian headlined night 3 of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, California, on Sunday, to a packaged throng that was singing her familiar lyrics from commencement to end.

Grande, behaving a number of songs from her latest album, Thank U, Next, rocked a theatre during week one of a strain festival, commencement her set with her “God Is a Woman” song. Dillon Francis assimilated her onstage for a few songs, followed by a *NSYNC reunion, sans Justin Timberlake. JC Chasez got a opening going, with Grande dancing adult on Chris Kirkpatrick. 

“I’ve been practicing my whole life for this moment,” Grande exclaimed with Chasez, Kirkpatrick, Joey Fatone, and Lance Bass by her side.

Chasez was also anxious to be there, proclaiming, “Coachella, this has been a dream of ours. Thank you, appreciate we Ariana.”

Grande’s pal, Nicki Minaj, was also a warn guest during a large show, and a dual achieved their 2014 song, “Bang Bang.” The dual seemed to have some technical difficulties, with Minaj holding out her ear square altogether during one point.

The brunette beauty didn’t stop there! She after brought out Diddy and Mase to perform the late Notorious B.I.G.’s 1996 song, “Mo Money Mo Problems,” that they were both featured on. The contingent afterwards paid reverence to those that a hip-hop universe has lost, including B.I.G., Tupac Shakur, Nipsey Hussle and Grande’s ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller.

The cocktail star dull out her epic opening with glow works and pinkish confetti, with a Internet deeming a large show #ARICHELLA.

Grande done her Coachella debut in Apr 2018 — a surprise appearance during Kygo’s weekend two set to sing “No Tears Left to Cry.” She attended a festival with Miller, who was one of a performers that year. Grande and Miller called it quits only a few weeks after after scarcely dual years of dating, before his comfortless genocide in Sep 2018.

Fans began to assume this past week what Grande was formulation for her large Coachella concert after she began posting a array of *NSYNC-related videos to Instagram and Twitter.

Her manager, Scooter Braun, fueled a glow even some-more when he tweeted, “Coachella, we have no thought what’s coming!!!!”

Then, hours before a set on Sunday, some of a guys from *NSYNC started tweeting about their mic checks, to that Grande responded:

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