Ariana Grande's first live performance since death of Mac Miller

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She opened up more about her anxiety on her TV special, Ariana Grande at the BBC, admitting to presenter Davina McCall that she feels bad for feeling anxious when she's achieved such success. You can also use the NBC channel finder to look for your local stations here.

Lucky fans who in the audience ― we're green with envy, too ― intently watched along, and a few of them were visibly tearing up during her performance. The program officially airs on Thursday, November 1st, but is being teased today with a clip of her performing her Sweetener hit single "God is a Woman".

Just days before "A Very Wicked Halloween" was taped, the pop star and "Saturday Night Live" comedian Davidson reportedly ended their whirlwind engagement after months of dating. Many fans commented that Grande, a huge Broadway fan, deserved to perform the iconic song after the hard year she's had, and others congratulated her for a job well done.

She also appeared on Time's 2016 "100 Most Influential People" list.

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Honoring the show's lasting cultural impact and the 15th anniversary of its unforgettable Broadway debut, the special will reunite Tony Award winners Idina Menzel and Kristin Chenoweth, the original Elphaba and Glinda, who will perform and serve as hosts for the special.

"If I'm going to be a role model the last thing I should be is ideal, because that's not realistic", she explained.

"I gave her a little wand, which she still has, so this is a long relationship", she continued, raving over Grande's upcoming performance. You can watch Grande's powerhouse performance of "The Wizard and I" above.