AceShowbiz - It appears Ariana Grande will always make sure her fans are treated to something special when they attend her "Sweetener World Tour". For instance, the former Nickelodeon star invited Victoria Monet to her show at the Capital One Arena in Washington D.C. on Monday night, March 25 to perform their unreleased collaboration "She Got Her Own".
In a fan-captured video, the two collaborators could be seen belting out the lyrics to the song, which is about feminism and women being able to do just as much as men. "Ladies in the buildin', probably makin' more than you/ He make that money, but I bet she got her own/ You know she independent, when she leaves here all alone," they traded lyrics onstage. "Said you already know, you know, you know."
For the performance, the "God Is a Woman" singer teamed her white bra with a pink crop top jacket and a matching skirt. Meanwhile, Victoria donned a glittering pink T-shirt which had the words, "7 Rings" written on it. As fans might have already realized, it was a direct reference to Ariana's song of the same name.
Ariana shared the fan-captured video to her own account and tagged the "Do You Like It" singer, who replied, "Most fun way to celebrate a 7th week at number 1 you're A LEGEND on and off stage. I love you." The "Thank U, Next" hitmaker answered back, "Miss u already pls come back immediately. Love u," adding her signature black heart emoji.
💍most fun way to celebrate a 7th week at number 1 you’re A LEGEND on and off stage 💕 I love you https://t.co/aJmmTXd79b— Victoria Monét (@VictoriaMonet) March 26, 2019
miss u already pls come back immediately. love u. 🖤 https://t.co/E4PyCIEXD7— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) March 26, 2019
"She Got Her Own" is an unreleased track intended for her third studio album "Dangerous Woman". Ariana first shared snippet of the song in October 2015, before sharing two more snippets of the song. In November 2017, the song was registered with Ariana credited as a writer. After failing to make the cut for the album, Ariana teased that the song would be on her fourth studio album "Sweetener". However, it still didn't make the cut.