Ariana Grande Was Paid The SAME Amount As Beyoncé Knowles
According to reports from The Blast, Ariana Grande and Beyonce Knowles actually received the same pay despite reports to the contrary claiming Ariana earned more than double.
Earlier in the week, it was reported that Ariana earned $8 million for the gig while Bey got half that, but these claims are false - states The Blast. Beyonce did get $4,000,000 at once, but it was for each show. In other words, she was paid another $4,000,000 for the following performance.
As it was previously reported, Ariana Grande took the stage recently and brought out a few remaining members of NYSNC. Moreover, Selena Gomez and Cardi B made surprise appearances at the festival, notably, to perform their collaborative song with DJ Snake.
Beyonce, in commemoration of her iconic and widely hailed performance at Coachella in 2018, just released a Netflix documentary called Homecoming as well as a live album, both which were released this week.
In her new movie, the star made some surprising declarations that shocked fans, notably, her pregnancy complications as well as her dietary restrictions in preparation for her now-legendary performance.
Beyonce previously revealed that she had to undergo an emergency C-section due to pregnancy issues, including high blood pressure among other more serious medical problems.
Moreover, Bey revealed that, in order to prepare for her concert, she had to eliminate pretty much everything from her diet except vegetables and fruit. The star joked in the documentary, "I'm hungry."
As it was previously reported, Bey's performance at Coachella last year was one of the biggest events of 2018, moreover, the announcement that she was about to give birth to two twins, Sir, and Rumi Carter, was the post that broke the internet.
Currently, Beyonce, the former singer of Destiny's Child, has the most liked Instagram post of all time, beating out Selena Gomez and her Coca-Cola picture. Ariana, on the other hand, is following close behind in star power, breaking several YouTube records this past year with her song, "thank u, next."