Ariana’s halftime performance at the Feb. 15 NBA All-Star Game was absolutely sensational and included a surprise performance from Nicki! Click to WATCH these singing queens!
Ariana Grande, 21, headlined the 64th NBA All-Star Game at NYC’s Madison Square Garden and totally captivated the audience. The singing starlet performed electrifying renditions of “Love Me Harder,” “Problem” and more for one epic halftime show! But she wasn’t alone. During her rendition of “Bang Bang,” Nicki Minaj, 32, showed up for one amazing performance!
Ariana Grande’s NBA All-Star Halftime Performance
We knew Ariana’s NBA All-Star halftime show was going to be great. However, she blew our expectations out of the water.
She started out with “Problem,” which is one of her classics. She segued into a sultry rendition of “Love Me Harder” before taking on “My Everything.” In anticipation of her “One Last Time” music video released, Ariana performed the hit song for the audience.
Her voice is absolutely incredible.
Ariana began singing “Bang Bang” solo, but Nicki soon joined her on stage! What a surprise! These two slayed the court with their performance. The 21-year-old starlet ended her halftime show with “Break Free!”
Check out a snippet from the performance below:
Also, let’s take a moment to talk about Ariana’s outfit. She’s the sexiest cheerleader EVER!
Ariana for Super Bowl 2016, anyone?
Ariana Grande: Setting The Music World On Fire
Ariana has proven time and time again that she’s incredible on stage. She performed “Just A Little Bit Of Your Heart” at the 2015 Grammys and nearly had us tears. That’s how great she is.
On the same night as her big halftime show, Ariana is set to release the music video for her single “One Last Time.” From the creepy and downright scary teasers, she’s teased us with, “One Last Time” is going to be straight-up crazy.
Ariana’s been anywhere and everywhere this year, and we have a feeling she’s not even close to being done. She’s taking over the music world!
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Ariana’s halftime performance? Let us know!
— Avery Thompson