Ariana Grande performs a fun and flirty show on Jimmy Kimmel to promote her new album

With her third studio album due to drop on May 20, Ariana Grande has been a busy girl. The pop star carried on with the promotional trail by putting in an energetic performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live! in Los Angeles on Thursday.

Ariana was clad in a baby-blue strapless corset top and high-waist navy trousers between which glimpses of her toned stomach could be seen. The Florida native wore her long brown hair half up, half down, and swished it around quite liberally as she belted out a song.

The cuffs of her trousers were elastic and clung to her ankles to reveal very high peep-toe heels, and side pockets and a front zipper were other trendy additions. A wide black choker dressed up her decolletage while heavy shadows and liner brought out her dark brown eyes.

Kimmel’s audience went wild and the area was a sea of raised hands holding up camera phones. Ariana’s recently released tracks include Into You, Be Alright, Let Me Love You and Dangerous Woman.

And, of course, there’s the super-charged and Sєxy Everyday featuring Future, which was released on Thursday night over the internet. ‘I knew I wanted to work with Future, but I didn’t know if we could find the right song to do together because we’re so different,’ Ariana recently told KIIS FM.

Everyday is certainly different for the former Nickelodeon star, and raising some interested eyebrows. it goes something like this: ‘He giving me that good sh*t/That make me not quit, that good sh*t/He giving me that good sh*t/That make me not quit, that good sh*t…’

As the lyrics suggest, Ariana is all grown up and ready to compete among the top female power pop stars including Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Beyonce and Taylor Swift.

Ariana’s other collaborators on the album include Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Macy Gray.

The singer, who previously stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on April 25, will next appear on Good Morning America on May 20 to coincide with her album’s release.

Author: Ayesha Aftab

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