Ariana Grande Talks About Mac Miller, Pete Davidson & PTSD In Vogue Interview
Written by KFAT on July 16, 2019
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Ariana Grande opened up about her personal life and her life onstage in an interview with Vogue, wherein she spoke about Mac Miller, Pete Davidson, and the Manchester terror attack in 2017.
Following the terror attack that took place during her concert in Manchester and Miller’s death, Grande revealed that she was searching for ways to heal herself and treat her PTSD. She consulted therapist, who suggested that she take on a routine and a schedule. While on tour, the singer said it was “hard to sing songs that are about wounds that are so fresh.”
“It’s fun, it’s pop music, and I’m not trying to make it sound like anything that it’s not, but these songs to me really do represent some heavy s**t,” Grande said.
As to her experience performing at Coachella, she said that festival reminded her very much of Miller because her first time at Coachella was when she went to see him perform.
“I have to be the luckiest girl in the world, and the unluckiest, for sure. I’m walking this fine line between healing myself and not letting the things that I’ve gone through be picked at before I’m ready, and also celebrating the beautiful things that have happened in my life and not feeling scared that they’ll be taken away from me because trauma tells me that they will be,” the singer said.
Grande described her relationship with Davidson as an “amazing distraction.”
“It was frivolous and fun and insane an highly unrealistic, and I loved him, and I didn’t know him,” she said of her brief romance with the comedian.
Meanwhile, Grande is still touring Northern America, with her next show schedule on July 11 in Pepsi Center, Denver, Colorado.
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