Fresh off the release of her new album Dangerous Woman, which dropped Friday, singer Ariana Grande stopped by Good Morning America to kick off the show's Summer Concert Series — and she delivered a powerful performance that solidified her place as one of the reigning queens of pop.
Grande performed three songs, "Be Alright," "Dangerous Woman" and "Greedy," to a crowd of fans who were literally losing their shit — even though it was only 8:40 in the morning.
Grande also took the time to sit down with GMA host Robin Roberts to talk about her career, telling Roberts, "I love music, this is what I am here for, this is what I love to do ... being able to entertain the most passionate babes in the whole world who I love, like, with all my heart and to have the music be received in such a positive way is overwhelming."
"I've been crying all night," Grande said. "I haven't slept for one second. I've been so excited, I've been reading every tweet. I've been so appreciative of the feedback."
Her performance — and the album itself — are so good, even her haters are eating up.
That's. How. It's. Done.