Barbra Streisand And Arianators Support Ariana Grande After She Says She Is ‘In A Lot Of Pain’

Ariana Grande gave her fans an update on her health on Saturday.

The singer is on her Sweetener World tour but has revealed that she might have to cancel upcoming dates because she is “still very sick.”

A post on her Instagram Stories let everyone know what is going on.

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“Hi my loves so I’m still very sick. I’ve been sick since the last London show. I don’t know how it’s possible but my throat and head are still in so much pain. I sound okay I’m just in a lot of pain and it’s difficult to breathe during the show,” Grande wrote. “I just really don’t know what’s happening with my body right now and need to figure it out.”

“I’m scared that I might have to cancel some things, so this is kind just a heads up of like I don’t know what’s happening with my body, and I’m really disappointed and freaked out of why I can’t get better because it’s been over three weeks at this point,” Grande added.

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“I’m on all the meds, getting IV drips, doing everything I possibly can to pull through,” she said. “Just a scary feeling.”

By Sunday, Arianators had gathered together to share posts to support the singer.

“Oh my heart,” Grande captioned a video of a group of her fans singing to her.

“Crying. I can’t tell u how much I love and appreciate u all or like effectively express what a blessing it is to have u in my life,” she added. “It sucks feeling like absolute shit but it sucks way more to not be with u all. u mean the world. I hope u truly know. love u.”

Even Barbra Streisand got in on the support and sent Grande a suggestion of how to get better.

“Take a strong Vitamin C drink with some Manuka honey and of course get some chicken soup! Bx,” the “Evergreen” singer wrote.

Grande’s next scheduled show is on Sunday in Lexington, Kentucky which at this point is still going ahead.

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