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Ariana Grande's Transformation Into a Pop Star

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    We're taking a look at Ariana Grande's transformation from Nickelodeon actress to pop star.

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    Ariana started out as a soloist with various symphonies. In 2008, she landed the role of Charlotte in the musical 13 on Broadway.

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    Ariana's played Cat Valentine on Nickelodeon's Victorious since it's premiere in March 2010.

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    She's also provided the voice for Princess Diaspro on the Nickelodeon animated series Winx Club.

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    She's also made appearances as a panelist on Figure It Out.

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    Ariana currently appears in the crossover spin-off of iCarly and Victorious called Sam & Cat, which she co-stars in with Jennette McCurdy.

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    Ariana's also now getting ready to release her first studio album, Daydreamin'.

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    Ariana's also involved in charity - at the age of 10 she co-founded the youth singing group, Kids Who Care, which performs for charitable fund-raising events.

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    Her first single, "The Way" ft. Mac Miller, will be released on March 26th.

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    In 2009, she performed and taught music and dance to children in South Africa as part of the organization Broadway in South Africa.

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    Ariana took part in Nickelodeon's largest ever Worldwide Day at Play in 2011.

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    Ariana performed at the DVD release of Alvin and the Chipmunks: Chipwrecked.

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    Ariana at the Hollywood & Highland Center and One Heartland's 'Holiday of Hope' tree lighting celebration in 2009.

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    Ariana posing with fellow Nickelodeon star Miranda Cosgrove at the Kids Choice Awards in 2011.

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