Ariana Grande's Full Performance of 'Thank U, Next' Is Here

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The "Sweetner" singer took the stage on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" this week in her first appearance since breaking off her engagement with "Saturday Night Live" star Pete Davidson and the sudden death of her ex-boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller, from a drug overdose.

Ariana Grande today released the music video to her song Breathin', and, perhaps not surprisingly, everyone has gone wild for her latest offering.

Despite giggling over a misstep that almost caused her to fall, Grande got choked up at one point during her performance, visibly holding back tears while singing about walking down the aisle with her mom someday.

She helped organize the One Love Manchester concert past year, raising more than US$23 million for victims of the Manchester bombing.

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Better Days is a song that Ariana Grande performed with Victoria Monet at the One Love Manchester tribute concert. It'll make you feel good, especially that grand finale where Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn, and Diane Keaton all belt out "You Don't Own Me" dressed in fabulous white ensembles. Finally some great news has come her way since she will be recognized as Billboard's Woman of the Year at the 13th annual Women in Music dinner and gala in NY.

The singer also slipped up a bit at the end when she concluded the performance by running up the stairs through the audience. Ariana asked after she returned. "We love you, we support you". DeGeneres responds: "It's totally fine, we're happy that you came back". Her performance was pre-taped on November 6, but instead of changing a thing, she embraced her fall with a sense of humor and let her fans see the original take in all of its imperfect glory.

After the song's release, the star thanked fans for their support on Twitter.