Ariana Grande Received A Supportive Message From Jim Carrey Hours Before Coachella Performance

Ariana Grande received supportive message from Jim Carrey hours before her Coachella performance

Ariana Grande received a supportive message from actor Jim Carrey after she posted a quote from him regarding depression. Ariana has been sharing a lot with her fans about how she struggles with depression, and how touring takes a toll on her mental health. The twenty-five-year-old took to her Instagram story and shared a quote from the Bruce Almighty actor, who also has been candid about mental health issues and depression. Ariana also took the opportunity to share that Jim Carrey is the love of her life and that her first AIM name as a fourth grader was jimcarreyfan42.

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Just hours before the God Is A Woman singer was scheduled to go on stage for her second and last Coachella performance, the fifty-seven-year-old actor responded to Ariana's posts. He tweeted a message directed to Ari, wishing her freedom, peace and a happy Easter, saying he was blessed to have such a gifted admirer. The actor also shared a full quote from the person behind the philosophy on depression, Jeff Foster, an English spiritual teacher, from whom he had been influenced.

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Ariana Grande received supportive message from Jim Carrey hours before her Coachella performance
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As reported by ET Online, the Thank U, Next singer explained to her followers that while making music is healing, performing the same songs forces her to relive those challenging moments all over again, which Ariana explained feels like 'hell'. The Sweetener World Tour has only just begun, and fans are now worried about how touring for most of the year to come might be too much for the pint-sized singer.

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On a professional level, the No Tears Left To Cry singer has never been doing better, but it seems as if she is struggling to balance her personal life with her success. The singer was headlining both weekends at Coachella and surprised concertgoers with *NSYNC, Nicki Minaj, and Diddy at her first show, and Justin Bieber at the second show this past weekend.

Ariana had an extremely difficult year last year with the tragic death of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller, and shortly after breaking up with her fiancé Pete Davidson. Ever since then, she has been incredibly open with her fans in regards to how she copes with her depression and anxiety. Hopefully, she'll be able to find a healthy balance between her career and her mental health.

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