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Ariana Grande Says 'Everything Will Be Okay'

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Ariana Grande present "The Sweetener Sessions" at Irving Plaza on Aug. 20, 2018 in New York City.  

Ariana Grande had a simple, uplifting message for her Arianators over the weekend: "everything will be okay." The Saturday (Sept. 22) tweet we greeted with open arms by fans, many of whom said they needed a positive boost after some recent hard times. "Soooooo damn amazed by ur ability to get the fck up everytime life tests you," one fan replied. "i admire u so much. just thought u should know. thank you for inspiring me to trust the universe."

Grande had been relatively quiet on social media over the past week, responding to Lana Del Rey's cover of her Sweetener songlet "Pete Davidson," but otherwise accompanying her uplifting message with a second one, "i love u so v much," without specifying who she was sending that memo to.

Grande recently posted a simple, touching tribute to late boyfriend Mac Miller, honoring the rapper by sharing a black and white photo of him looking up at the camera in the wake of Miller's Sept. 7 death of an apparent overdose at age 26.