Ariana Grande and Kristin Chenoweth Join Forces for “You Don’t Own Me”

The pint-sized, big-voiced divas are forever young and free, darlings.

Ariana Grande’s love of The First Wives Club, the greatest film of all time, is well known, lest we forget her performance of “Thank U, Next” on Ellen in which she channeled the movie’s famous ending.

Well, having recently dueted with Dame Babs Streisand, Grande dusted off her dulcet runs for a pairing with another iconic Broadway blonde. She has now teamed with Wicked alum Kristin Chenoweth for a cover of “You Don’t Own Me” for the latter’s new album, For the Girls. The song was originally made popular by 17-year-old Lesley Gore in 1963 (the pop singer would later come out).

“You Don’t Own Me” was a big hit, second in Gore’s discography only to “It’s My Party,” and 30 years later the empowering anthem was revived for The First Wives Club, starring national treasures Goldie Hawn, Diane Keaton, and Bette Midler.

Those are some iconic white suits to fill, but check out how Kristin and Ariana managed to do it below:

Lester Fabian Brathwaite is an LA-based writer, editor, bon vivant, and all-around sassbag. He's formerly Senior Editor of Out Magazine and is currently hungry. Insta: @lefabrat