The 25-year-old singer pulled out all the stops for her powerful performance at New York City's Radio City Music Hall on Monday.
The 25-year-old singer hit the stage at New York City's Radio City Music Hall on Monday night, making her highly anticipated return to the MTV Video Music Awards. Backed by 50 diverse female dancers, Grande pulled out all the stops, delivering an epic performance to the catchy track, off her brand new album, Sweetener.
The brunette beauty opened her performance sitting with her dancers at a long table, giving us Leonardo da Vinci's The Last Supper vibes. Grande, dressed in a flashy, tan number and knee-high boots, worked the stage until the end of the song, when her mother, Joan, her grandmother, Marjorie, and aunt emerged to take their places by her side.
Hours before the VMAs kicked off, Grande took to Instagram Stories to share a mirror selfie she snapped before heading to her final rehearsal.
She also posted a sneak peek pic with a few of her dancers one day earlier, captioning it, "See u tomorrow @vmas @mtv #godiasawoman."
Grande is up for a number of awards at this year's VMAs, including Artist of the Year. As we patiently wait to see if she nabs one of the most coveted accolades of the night, watch the video below to hear more on her most memorable career moments (so far!).