Ariana Grande improvised the best attack on the song "Don't Look Up"

January 04, 2022

"We will all die", Ariana Grande sings in the song of the movie "Don't Look Up".
Ariana Grande improvised one of the most memorable episodes on the song "Just Look Up" from the Netflix movie "Don't Look Up", in which she also starred.

During a duet with co-star Kid Cudi, Ariana Grande began improvising lyrics that immediately caught the attention of director and screenwriter Adam McKay, he said in a behind-the-scenes interview with the film published by the Netflix Film Club. .

"It made sense to put the biggest pop star in the world to play the biggest pop star in the world. We brought her to the set for her first scene with Leonardo DiCaprio and Jennifer Lawrence and she improvised tricks. "I knew he would tear the song apart, but I did not know he could improvise," said Adam McKay.

"Ariana Grande was definitely improvising. Her best improvisation was when she first sang the song. She is the one who added all these things for "we will all die; close the news of the joke box", he explained.

"As soon as I heard that, I said, 'This is going to be in the movie.' And this is probably one of my favorite moments in the movie, where you have the biggest pop star in the world singing beautifully: "We will all die". Every time I see it, it's just this hilarious cognitive discrepancy. "So Ariana Grande can definitely improvise."

Ariana Grande - Kid Cudi - Don't Look Up

Ariana Grande said that Adam McKay is "one of my heroes in comedy".

"I was overjoyed when he suggested the idea of ​​playing this pop star in this disgusting tabloid frenzy. "It was such a special experience to play this small role and work with Adam and this absolutely incredible cast," he added.

Oscar winner Adam McKay also praised Kid Cudi, saying: "I knew who Kid Cudi was, but when I met Scott Mescudi (his real name), I was completely surprised. It can really play a role. He was comfortable on the set from the beginning and such a humble man. "Scott was incredibly open and cooperative."

Of course, it makes sense for both Ariana Grande and Kid Cudi to feel comfortable on a set, as they have both spent a lot of time in this environment.

Before pursuing a career in music, Ariana Grande was known for her role as "Cat Valentine" in two Nickelodeon series, "Victorious" and "Sam & Cat". As for Kid Cudi, he was in the main cast of series like "How To Make It In America", "Comedy Bang! Bang! » and "We Are Who We Are".