Ariana Grande, Barbra Streisand perform duet at concert

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Earlier this week, Barbra Streisand posted a photo to Instagram depicting her new manicure alongside the unmistakeable hands of one Ariana Grande.

But Ariana wasn't the only one excited about the evening, as was evident on Barbra's Instagram account. In one tweet, she wrote, "secrets out", accompanied by a picture of the pair.

Ariana and Barbra performed a rendition of the classic "No More Tears (Enough Is Enough)", which Barbra originally sang with Donna Summer, and the crowd went wild!

Ariana Grande and Barbra Streisand rehearse before Barbra's performance at United Center on August 06, 2019, in Chicago. She was left all emotional, to the verge of crying after being joined by Barbra on stage for a duet.


Ariana had the incredible experience of singing on stage with Barbra when she attended Barbra's Chicago, Illinois concert.

Grande was already in Chicago in advance of Streisand's show. Those who watched the video felt the magic between the two singers and now fans are begging for more. Both of them enjoyed performing the duet No More Tears. Ariana later also posted the same photo on Twitter in black and white, and captioned: "cherishing this moment forever @BarbraStreisand".

Ariana also couldn't control her excitement and expressed it on her Twitter. The passionate fans started taking pictures.

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