Fans may not be able to see their favorite artists in concert for the foreseeable future, but pop stars like Ariana Grande are bringing concerts to them over social media. On Sunday (April 5), Ariana teamed up with 'My Everything' co-writer/producer Tommy Brown for a special, socially distant version of the track. Even though Ariana and Tommy couldn't be together to make this music magic, unsurprisingly, they still managed to knock it out of the park.
"tommy n i sending u some virtual love," Ariana captioned the video, which she shared on her Twitter account. The video featured two separate clips—one of Ariana's stunning vocal performance and another of Tommy playing piano—stitched together to become one. "hope you’re all staying safe, sane, healthy and as creative as possible," she added.
tommy n i sending u some virtual love 🤍💻🎙 hope you’re all staying safe, sane, healthy and as creative as possible pic.twitter.com/kRTTAgRihZ— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) April 5, 2020
If you enjoyed Ari's performance of 'My Everything' and are hoping she'll do more of these stripped back performances, well, you may just be in luck. After Tommy shared the video to his Instagram account, Ariana popped up in his comments. "love u ! let’s do needy next," she wrote. 'Needy,' of course, is a fan favorite from Ariana's most recent album thank u, next.
Fans weren't the only ones enamored with Ariana's performance, either. Troye Sivan shared the video to his followers and wrote "can you f*****g imagine opening your mouth and THIS comes out." He followed that tweet up with a clip of him singing along to Ari's video, as well. "When your friend is [Ariana Grande] and you try to sing along," he captioned his sing-along.
When ur friend is @ArianaGrande and you try sing along pic.twitter.com/M68Ngt6Wd6
— troye (@troyesivan) April 6, 2020
Maybe Ari will recruit Troye for her next social media performance. We'll keep our fingers crossed.
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