Frankie Grande is re-living his “Mamma Mia!” Broadway days.
On the weekend, the 35-year-old singer and dancer joined contributors Amanda Salas and Ian de Borja on “The IMDb Show” for their first live sing-along viewing party in celebration of the home release of “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again”.
The words appeared to come easy to Ariana Grande’s brother, who revealed that his first Broadway show was “Mamma Mia!” in 2001.
“It was crazy because I was in the Broadway show when they announced there was going to be a movie,” Grande said to the show hosts of the original 2008 “Mamma Mia!” film.
Revealing the Broadway cast held their own viewing party, Grande explained he invited his Nonna to join. “My grandmother, 93-years-old, [was] sitting next to me [and] sang every single song and she was so cute. She was like, ‘I love this one!'”
Watching the 2018 musical-comedy on the live show, the group, who were later joined by comedian and podcaster Matt McConkey, sang along to a variety of ABBA hits, including “Fernando 1976”, “Super Trouper” and more.