She performed a little bit of Whitney Houston and Madonna.
Ariana Grande channels her inner diva in NYC Pride performance.
“Make some noise if you’re proud to be who you are,” Grande told a crowd of 10,000 at her Dance Pier performance for Gay pride in New York City this weekend. “Make some noise if you’re proud to love who you love. Make some noise if you’re proud to be an American. Make some noise if you think the Supreme Court justices who voted against gay marriage should get their heads out of their f–king asses and join the goddamn celebration. Make some noise if you’re got one less problem without them motherf–kers.”
After hyping up the crowd, Queen Ari performed a mashup of Chaka Khan’s “I’m Every Woman” (famously covered by Whitney Houston) with Madonna’s “Vogue,” because how appropriate.
“This has been one of the most exciting weekends of all of our lives — definitely my best birthday ever,” Ari said halfway through her performances of “Problem,” “Bang Bang” and "Break Free."
“It was so nice of the Supreme Court and Obama to do that for me for my birthday present.”