Ariana Grande Reacts to Tying Chart Record Last Held by The Beatles


He shared that one of the members started freaking out because James had met Ariana Grande.

All three songs are from Grande's new album "thank u, next", which debuted at No. 1 this week.

The Beatles nabbed the same spots in April 1964, with "Can't Buy Me Love", "Twist and Shout" and "Do You Want to Know a Secret" reigning atop the chart.

That means Grande broke the record previously set by Cardi B, who sent nine songs from her album "Invasion of Privacy" into the top 40 when it was released in April of previous year.

The title song of Thank U, Next was the album's lead single and saw Ariana look back on her past romances, crooning: 'I'm so f***ing grateful for my ex'.

"This is so weird and insane". In fact, all 12 songs from "thank u, next" made the chart, but one of them landed outside the top 40.

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The 25-year-old responded to the news by posting that she thought it had been a joke.

The Filipino boy band TNT Boys gained an extra member Tuesday night when pop-star Ariana Grande made a surprise appearance during the group's performance on "The Late Late Show With James Corden".

She still has a little way to go to break the Fab Four's record though.

While performing on The Late Late Show, the boys - known for showcasing their vocal chops on The World's Best competition series, which is also hosted by James Corden - were joined by Grande, who came out from backstage to chime in on their rendition of "And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going", from the musical Dreamgirls.

Grande was notably absent from the gala amid a spat with the show's producer - but the social media maven commanded attention throughout the evening anyway with relentless posts, including of a satin Zac Posen ball gown she had planned to wear to the show.