Ariana Grande admits 2018 has been the worst year of her life

Ariana Grande who attended the 2018 Billboard’s Music, didn’t sugarcoat her personal life in her acceptance speech on receiving Billboard’s Woman Of The Year award. Her speech would inspire anyone going through their own rough patches!

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Ariana Grande who accepted Billboard's Woman Of The Year award doesn't want her fans to mislead with the award and her recent chart statistics, as she acknowledged that though her career seems to be at its peak, she publicly addressed her personal demons during her acceptance speech at Billboard's 2018 Women in a Music event.

She said, "I find it interesting how this has been the best year of my career, and the worst of my life. I'm not saying that for sympathy, I'm just saying that because I feel like, a lot of people would look at someone in my position right now - like ‘Woman Of The Year,' an artist that could be at her peak - and think, ‘She's really got her s**t together.'"

She admitted that she does have it all but also stated, "As far as my personal life goes, I really have no idea what the f*** I'm doing....I just wanted to say, if you're someone out there who has no idea what this next chapter's gonna bring, you're not alone." Though she was on the verge of tears she joked, "Ew, I'm not gonna cry." And with tears and a strong voice, she made a promise to herself saying, "I hope to give away some of the love I've given away to men so frivolously to myself this year." We're all for this New Year's resolution.

Ariana bravely chose to get candid about what she's dealt with just this fall. Her longtime friend and ex-boyfriend of two years, Mac Miller passed away after a drug overdose in September while in May she had announced her split from the rapper. She was also seen engaged to Saturday Night Live performer Pete Davidson in June but called off the engagement one month after Mac's death. But recently in a tweet she revealed, that though her ex-fiancé has her "blocked," she still cares "deeply about pete and his health."

How can we forget about the horrific bombing at Ariana's concert in the Manchester Arena in May 2017 that took lives of 22 attendees? Ariana's last track on the new Sweetener album, "Get Well Soon," is a tribute to the victims.