Will Ariana Grande Give Up On Touring To Focus On Her Health?

It is no question that Ariana Grande has had it rough these past few months.

From calling off her engagement to Pete Davidson to touring around the nation performing in front of millions of fans every night.

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Ariana Grande performs during the 2019 Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival | Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for AG

The singer hasn’t really had a moment to just relax.

In a recent social media post, Grande opened up about how straining performing can really be and how it is not beneficial toward her health.

With performing taking so much out of Ariana Grande, could this be the last time she ever goes on tour?

Fans are urging Ariana to take a much-needed break

Ariana Grande has always been open and honest with her loyal fans on social media and just recently, the singer showed that that hasn’t changed.

On April 18, Grande opened up to a fan about just how damaging performing on stage can really be.

The fan tweeted the singer, “Music is your therapy and I love seeing it heal you,” to which Grande replied, “Making it is healing. Performing it is like reliving it all over again and it is hell.”

Ariana deleted the tweet shortly after, but some fan accounts already took screenshots of the exchange.

Once fans saw her tweet, they immediately started reaching out to the singing telling her they wouldn’t be mad if she decided to cancel the remained of her tour to focus on her health.

One fan wrote, “baby is tour good for u and your health? remember that: your health > seeing you on tour. take care my love.”

Performing is taking a lot out of Ariana

To answer her fans questions about her health, Ariana Grande shared another tweet that gave them more of an insight into what she is currently feeling towards being a performer.

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“I don’t think it is [healthy]. It’s been v hard. I have sm on my mind and it’s so heavy and no energy to process or work thru any of it but I’m trying hard.” Ariana wrote. “And I have the twins. And seeing you all is so nice. But it’s hard emotionally. I wish it were a year ago. I’d give anything.”

Ariana Grande has had to endure a lot when it comes to performing and giving all she’s got on stage for her fans.

Due to this, the singer has had to endure a lot of mental strain and is starting to not feel like herself.

Since having to deal with her ex Mac Miller’s death then splitting from Pete Davidson, Ariana Grande immediately jumped into making music without giving herself enough time to heal.

Though the singer gave herself a break from performing on stage, she continued working.

Along with all of that, Grande is still dealing with her terrifying levels of PTSD following the aftermath of the Manchester bombing in 2017.

Though the singer currently does not have plans to cancel the remained of her tour, we really hope she is taking the necessary steps to get in a positive mindset.

Though many of her fans are anxiously waiting to see Ariana in concert, her health is way more important to them than seeing her perform on stage.