Ariana Grande wants to be a Cosmetics Queen

Joann Johnston
April 13, 2019

Ariana Grande is making moves to release a "thank u, next" fragrance line by seeking permission to put the song name onto a beauty collection, according to a report by TMZ.

The trademark is titled after her megahit single of the same name released in November of previous year, which is also the name of her fifth studio album.

Ariana Grandeis about to make some big deposits off "Thank U, Next". The trademark, filed by GrandAri Inc., covers a number of beauty products including fragrances, body lotions, bath gels, body scrubs and body mists.

So, it seems like Arianators might be getting a line of products from their fave artist in the near future. The products inspired by her 2018 "Sweetener" album are still available as well.

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Grande has also entered the culinary world with a Starbucks collaboration that debuted last month.

Meanwhile, Grande is now performing for her "Sweetener World Tour".

Her other existing fragrance lines include Frankie, which is named after her older brother, and is a gender-neutral scent, ARI, her first ever perfume, Moonlight, and Sweet Like Candy. The tour kicked off on March 18 and will wrap up in Switzerland in October.

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