Ariana Grande’s Live Performance of ‘pov’ Will Give You Full-Body Chills
Ariana Grande has proven once again that she is the queen of live performances. The 27-year-old is pitch-perfect in her live performance of her hit song “pov.” This is the start of her partnership with Vevo. She will be performing songs off her 2020 Positions album live, all summer long. Stay tuned to her YouTube channel for more releases of these performances in the coming weeks.
Ariana Grande Performs ‘pov’ Live Like We’ve Never Heard it Before
Grande sounds angelic as she opens up the song. All of the attention is focused on her while she stands on a stage full of flowers. A bright spotlight shines behind her and gives her the perfect glow. The band joins in before the stage is illuminated by a whimsical purple ring light.
Grande struts to the front of the stage wearing a pair of silk gloves. Her half-up half-down hairstyle has become a signature of hers for years. The pop star looks incredible in a pair of black leather pants and a matching top. She somehow makes conquering the fashion scene and the music scene look easy.
Grande’s performance is enchanting. It feels like a scene from a live-action Disney movie. Her massive fanbase skyrocketed the video to nearly half a million views in under an hour after its release. Fans always show their support for Grande who has over 19 billion views on her YouTube channel to date.
Grande recently tied the knot in a secret wedding ceremony with real estate agent Dalton Gomez. It’s been a year full of tremendous accomplishments for the singer who announced she would be taking Nick Jonas’s seat on The Voice coaching panel in Season 21. Based on this performance of “pov” and her extensive song catalog, contestants are going to be battling it out to earn a spot on Grande’s team.
Blake Shelton may finally have some competition when it comes to artists coming onto the show hoping to land on the country superstars team. Shelton is the winningest coach in Voice history with eight wins under his belt. Grande is looking to snatch up her first win when the season airs on NBC in the fall. We think she has a pretty good shot at doing so.