Ariana Grande: 2018 has been the 'worst' for my personal life

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After being felicitated at Billboard's Women in Music event on Thursday night, where the "Break Free" singer was honoured with the Woman of the Year award, Grande and her grandmother, Marjorie Grande celebrated the success not with a glass of wine, but with tattoos. 25-year-old Ariana Grande has broken her record, having collected the same number in just four days.

Speaking at the show, Ariana said: 'This is really special.

"This has been one of the best years in my career and one of like the worst years in my life" she said, holding tears back. Clad in a lavender dress and thigh-high boots, Ariana was practically glowing when she hit the pink carpet.

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The singer went on to explain that she isn't asking for sympathy, but hopes to inspire others who might be going through a tough time. "I just want to say if you're someone out there who has no idea what this next chapter is going to bring, you're not alone in that". "Ew, I'm not gonna cry, that's really stupid ... I'm really looking forward to embracing whatever happens; whatever comes my way". "And you said, 'Patti, what should I do?' I said sing like that little white/Black girl that you are", she said.

The singer broke up with Mac Miller in the spring before embarking on a whirlwind romance with Pete Davidson. As she struggled to cope with his passing, Grande's new relationship began to crumble, and she and the "Saturday Night Live" star called off their engagement in October. And following a thread she first presented in November when she debuted it on Ellen, the singer gave even more details on what to expect.

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