Ariana Grande has made her triumphant return to the stage.
On Monday night, NBC beamed A Very Wicked Halloween: 15 years on Broadway . As part of the pre-taped special, Grande, 25, played an impressive version of "The Wizard and I" in front of many of the biggest fans of the musical.
The performance was the first time that Grande has been back on stage ever since. Ex-boyfriend Mac Miller died of an obvious overdose in September and she and ex-fiancé Pete Davidson canceled their engagement in mid-October.
Wearing a strapless green top, black pants and her typical black thigh-high boots, Grande seemed happy and relieved to be back on stage as she tuned while the audience sang along. She also showed her Elphaba-inspired, green-glittering nail polish, lipstick, and eyeshadow.
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At the event, which also marked Grandes first public appearance post-split was the pop star without her 3-car Engagement ring of $ 93,000 and hid her "Pete" tattoo with fingers.
Grande's involvement in the Jubilee Special was not always secure.
One day after their separation from Davidson, 24, the "Successful" singer showed that she was working on her in the aftermath In her split, she shared a photo of her Wicked rehearsal script.
"Revered to be included in the celebration of 15 years of my favorite musical of all time," Grande dubbed the photo, adding, "Would not miss it for the whole universe," next to a green-hearted Emoji. But hours before the last tap Grande skipped the last dress rehearsal.
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"I can not believe that I almost ruined my fear for today!", Grande described the now deleted photo. "Not today Satan! Not tomorrow or the next day either anymore you can suck my big green D-Finna, sing my heart out and be a big traveling ship of love bye."
And just last week, Grande opened to her fans on Twitter, explaining that music has helped her cope with the difficult time in her life.
"It fixes everything [sic]" she tweeted after a fan praised her passion for music.
"It's not work if you love it, ru kiddin!" Wrote it too on Twitter after a fan praised her hard work. "I am the happiest girl in the world to do this, to express myself and to heal in this way, my life line tbh thank u for listening and allow me this is my life"
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in late September, it was confirmed that Grande would live up to her dreams by becoming the Wicked stars Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel, as well as the current Broadway Company of the musical and the Pentatonix for The Show's 15th Birthday NBC Celebration A Very Wicked Halloween: Celebrating 15 Years on Broadway.
"One of my dream roles is to play Elphaba," Grande once said in a series of Carpool Karaoke: The Series in which she sang "What Is This Feeling" with Seth McFarlane. "I'd do it tomorrow, I'd break off my entire s, that's my dream."
Grande is an alum of both Broadway and NBC television live musicals, having starred in Jason Robert Brown's  13 on stage and Hairspray Live! in 2016.