Celebrity·Posted on Feb 20, 2022Ariana Grande Attending The "Wicked" Broadway Show To Prep For Her Movie Role Is The Ultimate Theater Kid Move"Floating."by Andria MooreBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Good morning, theater kids, Broadway nerds, and Ariana Grande fans. IncredibleSingers / Via youtube.com Ever since Ariana Grande and Cynthia Erivo were announced as this generation's Glinda and Elphaba in the Wicked musical movie, I have made it my entire personality. Marc @MarcSnetiker It’s not that the Wicked movie is my whole personality but that my whole personality has been preparing for the Wicked movie 05:16 AM - 05 Nov 2021 Reply Retweet Favorite @@MarcSnetiker / Via Twitter: @MarcSnetiker Which is why you could say I was ~defying gravity~ — (I'll never stop) — to find out that Ariana Grande attended Wicked on Broadway last night. Broadway / Via giphy.com As in, she, herself, in the flesh, rolled up to a Broadway show. @arianagrande / Via Instagram: @https://www.instagram.com/arianagrande/?hl=en OMG it's Riley Bina. And not only did she attend, but she gave a personal shoutout to Brittney Johnson (Glinda) and Lindsay Heather Pearce (Elphaba) in her Instagram story. @arianagrande / Instagram / Via Instagram: @arianagrande "You were so very, very brilliant." she wrote. "Truly an honor to see, and hug, and hear, and witness you both. I am weeping!!!!!!!!!!!!! still!!!!!! Words simply do not suffice. Everyone was so remarkable. I feel so deeply thankful to have experienced this tonight. Floating." IDK about Brittney and Lindsay, but if Ariana Grande called me "brilliant" at anything, I would tattoo it to my forehead and y'all would never know peace again. NBC / Via youtube.com I'm truthfully impressed with how calm Lindsay's IG story reply was when she reposted Ari's message. @lindsayheatherpearce / Via Instagram: @https://www.instagram.com/lindsayheatherpearce/?hl=en Like, people overuse it all the time but now is ACTUALLY the time to "scream, cry, throw-up." Ariana Grande attending a showing of a Broadway musical she's seen like 500 times, just to ~get into character~ for her upcoming role is like peak theater kid energy. NBC / Access / Via youtube.com And I love. it. Sadly, there's still no official release date yet for the Wicked movie, but at least we all have plenty of time still to obsessively listen to the soundtrack.