Pop star Ariana Grande has thanked her record label for showing faith in her over the last eight years.
Ariana Grande has thanked her record label for showing faith in her.
The 26-year-old singer - who is one of the world's best-selling pop stars - has taken to Twitter to thank Republic Records, hailing the company for supporting her since she signed with the label eight years ago.
She wrote on the micro-blogging platform: ''signed to
eight years ago today and released my debut album six years ago ... [stars emoji] thankful for my republic family and deeply proud of every project we've released together. music is the most special thing in the world. thank u for believing in me and my voice. (sic)''
And Republic wasted little time in replying to Ariana's original message.
The company tweeted: ''So honored to be family! We couldn't be more proud of your growth & dedication. All the love in the worldddddd [love heart emojis] (sic)''
Meanwhile, Ariana recently claimed she ''didn't know'' Pete Davidson.
The 'No Tears Left To Cry' hitmaker embarked on a whirlwind relationship and engagement with the 'Saturday Night Live' comic - who she split from in October after five months together - last year but she's admitted their romance was ''highly unrealistic'' and simply an ''amazing distraction''.
She said: ''My friends were like, 'Come! We're gonna have a fun summer [in New York.]' And then I met Pete, and it was an amazing distraction. It was frivolous and fun and insane and highly unrealistic, and I loved him, and I didn't know him.
''I'm like an infant when it comes to real life and this old soul, been-around-the-block-a-million-times artist. I still don't trust myself with the life stuff.''
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