Whether it be acting in a Nickelodeon sitcom, igniting an award-winning music career or combining both her skills in one for the highly anticipated Wizard of Oz spinoff, the 29-year-old has always reigned at the top among beloved Hollywood stars.
From a childhood star to a present-day icon, keep scrolling to view OK!’s gallery of Grande through the years!
While Grande's angelic voice was first recognized in the music industry in 2011 through soundtrack music from Victorious, her career as a solo artist kicked off in 2013 with the release of her first studio album, Yours Truly, which made it to the U.S. Billboard Top 200.
The "Side to Side" vocalist has since released six outstanding albums and is among some of the most followed celebrities on social media — with more than 374 million Instagram followers.
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Grande has been on four concert tours — three of which were worldwide — and made several special appearances at iconic events.
As Grande's music career prospered, she still stuck to her roots and landed a variety of acting gigs — including Hairspray Live!, Don't Look Up and Zoolander 2.
The pop star was also a judge on Season 21 of The Voice in 2021, but did not return for Season 22 due to the start of production for Wicked.
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Most recently, Grande added another talented role to her resume as the stunning founder of R.E.M. Beauty, which launched in November 2021.