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Ariana Grande is launching her first fragrance

Watch out Katy Perry, Britney Spears, and Lady Gaga - Ariana Grande is joining the competitive market of celebrity fragrances with her debut perfume for her female fans.

That's right, the 21-year-old singer songwriter is launching her first fragrance and we imagine it'll smell sweet and gorgeous, just like her. We're expecting pretty packaging, too - and possibly a slightly sexy ad campaign.




No details have come through as yet about Ariana Grande's new fragrance, but we here it's scheduled to be released September 2015 but as soon as we know more we will keep you updated.

Ariana recently said in a magazine interview that she's a "fragrance girl. I love perfumes, body sprays; I love lotions that smell really good."

When asked about her favourites, she said: "...I think my top are Flowerbomb, the Trish McEvoy Sexy No. 9 - I love that, the blackberry and vanilla one - there's a Givenchy one that I love, I think it's called Hot Couture. I love the Victoria's Secret body sprays, I think they smell really sweet and delicious."

The American star has recently revealed her new video for One Last Time, and it was also announced that she will be embarking on a worldwide tour in support of her summer album, My Everything.


Ariana Grande's mission for world domination is almost complete.

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