Ariana Grande Shares Special Message for Her ‘The Voice’ Season 21 Team
Last night, The Voice announced their Top 5 artists of this highly anticipated season. After the instant save last night, Team Ariana is left with no artists in the finale. Going into the finals is Girl Named Tom and Hailey Mia of Team Kelly; Paris Winningham and Wendy Moten of Team Blake; and Jershika of Team Legend.
Ariana Grande Shares Personal Message to The Voice Team Ariana Members on Social Media
Even though Jim and Sasha Allen battled it out for the instant save, they unfortunately were eliminated from the competition. Team Ariana has officially lost this season of The Voice, but Grande made sure to post a special message to her team members.
Since day one, Grande shared her determination to help her artists in the next steps of their careers. Throughout the competition, we’ve seen this coach get to know her team on a personal level. She has now shared a message that truly shares what “Team Ariana 4 life and whatever comes after” stands for.
“It’s truly just the beginning for all of these brilliant humans. I’ll be here always,” Grande wrote on multiple social media platforms. “Thank you for enriching my life in ways I can’t even attempt to articulate. Your presence and this whole experience has brought so much joy and fulfillment creatively and personally.”
Within the message, Grande also thanked her team for their hard work, she also thanked her fans for their constant support. Comments on this post have been limited to only members of team Ariana since the popstar posted it. All members of the singer’s team have commented sharing their love for their coach.
In the caption of Grande’s Instagram post, she asked her fans to follow every member of her team. Her caption even includes Hailey Mia who was stolen by Team Kelly and is now in the finale. Although it’s sad to see Team Ariana wrapped up for the season, she did a great job for her first time as coach. Getting an artist to the Top 8 of The Voice should be considered an accomplishment in itself for the singer.
Will Ariana Come Back to Coach The Voice Next Season?
As a huge Grande fan, I’ve truly eaten up every second of her time on the show. I’ve loved the fact that she was able to connect so deeply with her team and help them improve while also learning what their sound is. Even though Grande did great this season, and I’d love to see it, I don’t think she’ll come back to The Voice.
She really enjoyed her time with the show, but also has a lot on her plate. Back in September, rumors began circulating that Grande is taking a break from music as she’s been focusing on other storytelling methods. Instead of music, her main focus has been The Voice, her makeup line r.e.m. beauty, and her acting career.
On top of everything, it was also recently announced that Grande will be playing Glinda in the upcoming film adaptation of Wicked. Even though she was able to balance her different assets well on this season of The Voice, it would be tough to balance everything once Wicked goes into production.