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If you don't already believe that God is a woman, maybe Billboard's newest chart will prove that the powers-that-be are cheering for their fellow femmes — one in particular.


As of today, Ariana Grande made history as the first-ever solo act and second artist ever to claim the top 3 spots on Billboard's Hot 100 Chart.

In the chart's 60-year history, only one band has ever claimed the honor before Grande.

That band was The Beatles, and they held onto the top three for five whole weeks in March and April of 1964. Their record of holding the top 5 songs of the Hot 100 Chart still stands.

The songs that made Ariana an officially historic singer are "Thank U, Next" at number three, "Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored" at number two, and "7 Rings" at number one.

The number one title has maintained its spot for four weeks now.

Drake got close to hitting the record last summer with "Nice for What," "Nonstop" and "God's Plan," but he was only able to nab Numbers 1, 2 and 4.

The pop princess is completely blown away by her accomplishment.

Her reaction was perfection.

The singer, herself, may have laughed, but her fans have known for years she would someday make history.










Congratulations, Ariana, on your truly "insane" and amazing accomplishment!

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