Ariana Grande Dressed Up Like Jenna Rink In Her ‘13 Going On 30’ Versace Dress For ‘The Voice’

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Ariana Grande Dressed Up Like Jenna Rink In Her ‘13 Going On 30’ Versace Dress For ‘The Voice’
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Judge Ariana Grande did her first The Voice live show last night, and the singer opted to pay homage to one of her favorite rom coms, 13 Going on 30, with her attire. Grande dressed exactly like Jennifer Garner's character Jenna Rink in the multi-colored 2003 Versace dress made famous in the film. Donatella Versace shared photos of Grande in the look on her Instagram, writing, 'My gorgeous girl @arianagrande in Versace SS03 for her first The Voice live show!!! 🦋🧚'

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Photo credit: NBC - Getty Images

Grande shared Instagram Stories of her look too, thanking Versace for their help giving her the vintage dress for the look:

This isn't the first time Grande has dressed up like Jenna Rink. In her “thank u next” music video, Grande recreated Rink's red blouse and jeans look from the film and the movie's final wedding scene. Garner applauded the homage on her Instagram, writing to Grande, 'Every now and then something comes along and just brightens your day. 💫 @arianagrande you’re adorable. Thank you, pretty girl. #thankunext.'

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Grande spoke to Vogue for its August 2019 issue about making the song and album thank u, next during a time in her life when her engagement to Pete Davidson had recently ended, and she was also mourning the death of her ex-boyfriend and close friend Mac Miller. (Now, Grande is newly married to Dalton Gomez—a testament to the power of time and healing.)

Then, Grande recalled, 'My friends know how much solace music brings me, so I think it was an all-around, let’s-get-her-there type situation. But if I’m completely honest, I don’t remember those months of my life [making the album] because I was (a) so drunk and (b) so sad. I don’t really remember how it started or how it finished, or how all of a sudden there were 10 songs on the board. I think that this is the first album and also the first year of my life where I’m realising that I can no longer put off spending time with myself, just as me. I’ve been boo’d up my entire adult life. I’ve always had someone to say goodnight to. So Thank U, Next was this moment of self-realisation. It was this scary moment of "Wow, you have to face all this stuff now. No more distractions. You have to heal all this shit."'

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