They’re both pint-sized pop princesses with a number of smash hits under their belts, but when it comes to their gig fees – Ariana Grande and Kylie Minogue are poles apart, thesun.co.uk reports.
Earlier this week Ariana Grande lashed out at short-sighted trolls who accused her of setting high ticket prices, according to thesun.co.uk .
She told her fans: «I have nothing to do with ticket pricing – Manchester Pride sets those rates, and they’re mostly out of my control».
«The LGBTQ community has been so special to me and supportive throughout my entire career».
«The relationships I have with my LGBTQ fans, friends, and family make me so, so happy».
Maybe pride’s around the world should stop hiring these divas, and give emerging LGBTQ artists a chance and pay them a little extra – Manchester Pride can at least, since they can pay £250,000 for one act.
«Legacy» premieres this weekend on Spotify and Apple Music and is about feeling proud about who we are and what we believe in, regardless of what other people think, and to pass that on to upcoming generations. The record labels behind the song is TGR Music Group and Sony Music Sweden.
Adam Lambert, who has today announced a European tour and a Las Vegas residency is the first artist to be announced for Manchester Pride Festival’s live music extravaganza, Manchester Pride Live this year.