Ariana Grande gave fans double surprises when she closed her Listening Session tour on Monday, September 9. The 20-year-old singer was joined by two special guests on the stage at Club Nokia in Los Angeles.
Wearing a white hoodie, rapper Mac Miller joined Grande to perform their collaboration hit, "The Way". Meanwhile, rapper Big Sean appeared onstage to spit his bars as the "Sam & Cat" star sang "Right There".
"This is my good friend right here," Sean gushed while embracing Grande after they finished the song. "She's here for the long run. You've got such an amazing voice, such amazing talent. Congratulations! I'm so happy for you."
Grande later took to Twitter to thank both rappers for coming to her show. "Thank you to @bigsean and @macmiller for joining me on stage tonight, both of you are too amazing and special for words. Love u," she wrote.
Before the concert ended, manager Scooter Braun walked onto the stage to announce that Grande's debut album, "Yours Truly", had officially landed at Billboard's 200's No. 1. Braun said that the singer, who is currently linked to The Wanted's Nathan Sykes, was the first female artist since 2010 to have a debut album at the chart's top slot.
Ariana Grande and Mac Miller Perform 'The Way':
Ariana Grande and Big Sean Perform "Right There":