Ariana Grande Cleans Up Her Own Messes On Set Of 'The Voice'

By Ariel King

October 20, 2021

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Stars, they're just like us!

In a recent outtakes video shared from The Voice, Ariana Grande can be seen spilling her coffee, and awkwardly trying to clean it back up. The moment highlights a side of Grande that's rarely known to the public, that she can be just as awkward. Kristin Chenoweth and the show's producers had been talking about Grande's Celine Dion impression when the pop superstar accidentally spills her drink. try to let Grande know that it's fine and she doesn't need to worry about the spill, with the pop singer revealing that she just made it worse as she searches for a trash can.

The rest of The Voice's outtakes show Kelly Clarkson asking Grande, John Legend, and Blake Shelton if they should smile or "do Blue Steel" (the look made famous in Ben Stiller's 2001 comedy, Zoolander). Camila Cabello also makes an appearance, as she was this week's guest coach, and the singer jokes that she should "take a shot every time I say that on the show." See all the hilarious outtakes below.

Grande has continued to make a splash on this season of The Voice as the show's newest cast member. This week saw the singer inviting Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth to help assist with coaching, and Grande shared how much of Chenoweth's advice she's taken to heart.

While Grande has made a wonderful friendship with co-star Kelly Clarkson, and joined Clarkson on her recent Christmas album, When Christmas Comes Around... for the single "Santa Can't You Hear Me," she's also made an "enemy" in Blake Shelton. Grande and Shelton regularly tease each other on set, with the pop star recently cropping out the country singer from an Instagram post that celebrates her co-stars on The Voice.

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