Ariana Grande first appeared in the Episode: "Bad Bad News" of the television series “The Battery's Down” in 2009. The following year, she joined the main cast American sitcom ‘Victorious’ created by Dan Schneider. She portrayed Cat Valentine and remained a part of the series until it went off-air in 2013. She went on to make her big-screen debut in the 2011 Spanish direct-to-video live-action/computer-animated adventure film ‘Snowflake, the White Gorilla’ where she voiced ‘Snowflake’ (English Dub). That same year, she also became a part of the animated series ‘Winx Club.’ She voiced ‘Princess Diaspro’ and remained a part of the series until 2013. She next starred as ‘Amanda Benson’ in the 2013 television film ‘Swindle’ directed by Jonathan Judge. The film had over 4.2 million viewers at its premiere. That same year, she reprised her role as ‘Cat Valentine’ in the American teen sitcom ‘Sam & Cat’ created by Dan Schneider. The show aired 35 episodes before concluding in 2014. Grande next appeared in television series and shows such as ‘Family Guy’ (2014), ‘Saturday Night Live’ (2014), ‘RuPaul's Drag Race’ (2015), ‘Knock Knock Live’ (2015), ‘Scream Queens’ (2015), ‘Saturday Night Live’ (2016), and ‘Hairspray Live!’ (2016). In 2016, she voiced ‘Laura’ (English dub) in the American version of the Argentine 3D computer-animated comedy film ‘Underdogs.’ The film was originally released in 2013 but the North American English-language version was released in 2016.
In 2019, she made a cameo appearance in the American science fiction action comedy film ‘Men in Black: International’ directed by F. Gary Gray. The film was largely panned by critics and was a commercial disappointment. The following year, she starred in the American concert film ‘Ariana Grande: Excuse Me, I Love You’ directed by Paul Dugdale. The film received mostly positive reviews from critics and earned a 57% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes. She was last seen in the 2021 American apocalyptic black comedy film ‘Don't Look Up’ where she played the role of ‘Riley Bina.’ While the film opened to polarizing reviews, it received 4 ‘Academy Award’ and 4 ‘Golden Globe Award’ nominations.
After leading reclusive lives away from modeling world for long time, models Derek and Hansel are enlisted by Interpol to investigate a series of murders of celebrities who died with a Zoolander-special ‘Blue Steel’ look. As they meet special agent Valentina Valencia at Rome fashion event, they uncover a sinister plot designed by fashion-magnate Mugatu, who is after the ‘Fountain of Youth.’
Jake is a shy but skilled football player, who is in love with Laura, a free-spirited girl. Their lives take a turn when Ace, one of the best football players in the world, decides to destroy their village to turn it into a sports stadium. Things get even worse when Laura gets kidnapped, but Jake soon meets some unlikely allies.
In this spin-off of the Men in Black Series, rookie Agent M joins decorated Agent H in London. Together they fight the intergalactic alien twins adept at taking any form, and chase them around the globe in a quest to save the world. But the incorruptible agency that always protected the earth from invasions, suspects threatening presence of a mole amidst them.
Ariana Grande Awards
|Winner||Favorite Breakout Artist||2014|
|Winner||Best Pop Duo/Group Performance||2021|
|Winner||Best Pop Vocal Album||2019|
|Ariana Grande Feat. Iggy Azalea: Problem||Best Pop Video||2014|
|Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande: Rain on Me||Song of the Year||2020|
|Lady Gaga, Ariana Grande: Rain on Me||Best Collaboration||2020|
|Ariana Grande & Justin Bieber: Stuck with U||Best Music Video from Home||2020|
|Ariana Grande & Social House: Boyfriend||Song of Summer||2019|
|Winner||Artist of the Year||2019|
|Ariana Grande: No Tears Left to Cry||Best Pop Video||2018|