Ariana Grande is ready for blastoff! The “NASA” singer showed a behind-the-scenes of her at Johnson Space Center in Houston, Texas over the weekend. She made a stop at the space center a day before she had her concert in the Texas city.
“My mind is still processing and devouring every second of what just happened but I can’t wait to share more. What a special day and experience. Thank you so so so so much for your generosity and for showing my friends n i around,” she shared on her Instagram Story while playing her space themed song.
During Grande’s visit at the space center, she was able to ride in a roving vehicle. The singer also took time out to video-chat with astronauts and sign NASA equipment.
Last week, Shangela shared the audio of how she was featured on Grade’s song via Instagram. The Drag Queen shared that Grande played NASA in the studio for her, which lead to the Drag Race contestant explaining how she would perform the track on stage. Grande loved her line “This is one small step for woman, One giant leap for woman-kind,” so much that she asked Shangela to open the song with it.
The song “NASA” is from Grande’s fifth album “Thank U, Next”. The singer has some merch celebrating the song on her website.
Listen to Grande’s song in the video below!
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