Ariana Grande’s successful run — at least in terms of her musical career — just keeps on breaking new ground. That continued yesterday when it was announced that the pop singer will make history as the youngest performer ever to headline Coachella. She will be just 25 years old on the days when the next festival will fall.
Ariana is, in fact, only the fourth woman to receive a coveted top spot since the festival began in 1999, following Beyoncé, Lady Gaga and Björk who also headlined the event. Billboard reports that it took a full decade after Bjork headlined the event in 2007 before the second woman, Lady Gaga, got top billing again in 2017.
So, after not having women headliners for most of the festival’s history, Coachella will now have a female headliner for the Continue Reading →