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Ariana Grande Will Be Joining Saturday's Women's March With Her Mom and Grandma

by Jennifer Drysdale 9:03 PM PST, January 20, 2017
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Ariana Grande is getting ready to march on Saturday -- but she won't be doing it alone!

The 23-year-old singer took to Instagram on Friday to announce that she would be joining the Women's March with her mom, Joan, and grandma, Marjorie.

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"I'm so excited to march with these two incredible ladies tomorrow! πŸ™ˆ," Grande captioned a sweet snap of her mom and grandma. "I can't wait to share this #womensmarch with the strongest women in my life and with all of the other strong, beautiful, unique, empowered, brilliant, amazing women out there who are marching as well! πŸ’›πŸ˜Œ."

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Though the pop star didn't reveal whether she would be marching in Washington, D.C. or one of the other marches across America, she's definitely enjoying spending a little quality time with her family.

"Three grandes to go please," she wrote alongside a cute shot of herself cuddled up to Joan and Marjorie.

three grandes to go please

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Grande definitely supports the message of the Women's March on Washington, which will raise awareness to support women, minorities and the LGBTQ community throughout Trump's administration.

Last month, the "Dangerous Woman" singer spoke out about feeling "sick and objectified" after a run-in with a misogynistic fan who called her "sexy as hell," and congratulated her boyfriend, Mac Miller, for "hitting that."Β 

"I am not a piece of meat that a men gets to utilize for his pleasure," she wrote on Twitter, adding that these are the "kinds of moments that contribute to women's sense of fear and inadequacy." "I'm an adult human being in a relationship with a man who treats me with love and respect."

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