Ariana Grande loves Los Angeles.

On Monday, the new coach on “The Voice” appeared on “The Kelly Clarkson Show” to chat about anything and everything with her fellow co-star and competition rival.

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Starting off the conversation, Clarkson asked Grande about the first time she came to L.A. as a teenager.

“The first time I came to L.A. was for my ‘Victorious’ callback,” she said, referring to her breakout Nickelodeon series, “and I was so nervous, but so excited.”

She added, “I was so young. I was 14, but I had never been here until my callback, and then my mom was like, ‘Do you think you could really do this? We’ll get a place, should be get an apartment?'”

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Grande also recalled waiting “a long time” between callbacks and staying at a hotel in the meantime, eventually prompting her mom to sign a lease on an apartment.

“Thank god,” she added of landing the show, “because what if I didn’t get it and then she was like, ‘Well we have this lease for the next six months’?”

Elsewhere in the show, Grande shared how she has “broken every rule in her contract” by DMing her team members on “The Voice”

“I really don’t think I have the chance you all think,” Grande said of going up against Clarkson, John Legend and Blake Shelton.

The Grande interview kept going with Grande sharing how her Demi Lovato collab came to be and let it slip how she and Clarkson will be doing a full performance with Legend and Shelton on the season premiere of “The Voice”.