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Ariana Grande Breaks Down During Emotional Concert In Mac Miller's Hometown

Ariana Grande’s latest concert took an emotional turn.

Ariana paid special tribute to her late ex, Mac Miller, during her concert in his hometown of Pittsburgh Wednesday night. According to concertgoers, she played the rapper’s music over the speakers at PPG Paints Arena before she took the stage. She also reportedly had an empty seat reserved for him.

"At the Ariana Grande concert in pburgh and Mac’s album is playing throughout the stadium before the show <33," one fan tweeted.

Another wrote, "Ariana really had a Mac Miller playlist for the music before the show and she had an empty seat reserved for him. she’s so strong."

During her opening performance of "Raindrops (An Angel Cried)," which is thought to be about the end of her relationship with Mac, she broke down and was unable to finish the song. She choked up again when she tried to sing the line "Wish I could say thank you to Malcolm/’cause he was an angel" in "thank u, next" – Mac’s birth name was Malcolm McCormick. With the help of the crowd, she made it through the song.

Miller died in September at the age of 26 from an accidental drug overdose. He had fentanyl and cocaine in his system at the time of his death. The two had dated from 2016 to the spring of 2018.

Britney Spears Granted Permanent Restraining Order Against Former Manager; Shows Off New Closet

A judge has ruled in Britney Spears’ favor and granted her a restraining order against her former manager Sam Lutfi.

Lutfi has to stay 200 yards away from the singer, her family, cannot try and contact any of them or make disparaging comments about Britney. Spears was not in court, but her family spoke out for her. Her father, Jamie Spears, recalled a text message sent to her sister, Jamie Lynn Spears’, husband, Jamie Watson. Lutfi said that he could change the conservatorship so that her mother, Lynne Spears, would be in charge. Watson sent the message to his father-in-law, who contact his lawyer. According to Jamie, Lutfi was trying to "disassemble the conservatorship."

Court documents also showed the Lutfi offered $1,000 to Lynne to "disrupt and take over" the conservatorship process and that he allegedly threatened to release items belonging to Britney from when he managed her.

The restraining order will be in effect for the next five years.

Britney also again gave fans a look into her personal life, and this time it’s a glimpse inside her massive and meticulously organized closet. The singer took to Instagram on Thursday to share a video tour of her wardrobe, which she said had been beautifully organized without her knowledge.

"Guys, OK, I just got home and guess what the housekeepers just did to my closet," she said in the video before showing the color-coordinated organization of all of her clothing.

The video, captioned, "New Closet ... A New World," revealed how her many items of clothing have now been divided into whites and colors, and then subdivided into different types and patterns of clothing.


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