Ariana Grande left beyond heartbroken as her grandpa passes away

Ariana Grande left beyond heartbroken as her grandpa passes away

Ariana Grande has been left "beyond heartbroken" after her grandpa passed away on Monday night following an ongoing battle with ill-health.

Fans of the Nickelodeon star are well aware of the strong love she has for her grandparents, ‘Franke’ and ‘Babe’, as she regularly posted pictures and videos featuring them on her youtube channel and social media accounts.

“Helping Grandps at the office today”

The 21-year-old singer broke the news to her fans by taking to Twitter.

The 'Problem' hitmaker's brother and youtuber Frankie Grande is currently taking part in 'Big Brother US' and received a letter from his family containing the news during a live feed of the show, here is how he reacted.

Rest in peace Frank

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