Ariana Grande is undoubtedly one of the biggest names in the entertainment industry today. Grande is a well-known name in the music industry and enjoys global fame. Her songs have constantly managed to win over the hearts of the public. With a net worth of $220 million, she is one of the most prominent singers of all time. Despite having access to such wealth, Grande failed to purchase Florence Pugh’s iconic dress from the horror movie Midsommar, which is very dear to the 7 Rings singer.
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Ariana Grande’s Admiration For Midsommar
The Rain on Me singer has made it clear on several instances that she loves Florence Pugh’s Midsommar. Grande has even referred to Midsommar as her favorite bedtime movie. Her craze for Pugh’s horror movie was at such a peak that she celebrated her 27th birthday with her family, friends, and now husband, Dalton Gomez, at a theme party based on Midsommar.
It’s not surprising that Grande is a fan of Midsommar. The film was directed by Ari Aster and is a masterpiece of horror cinema. It’s a slow-burning, atmospheric film that explores themes of grief, loss, and trauma. Florence Pugh‘s performance in the movie was particularly impressive, and her dress became an iconic symbol of the film.
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Ariana Grande’s Failed Attempt To Buy Iconic May Queen Gown From Midsommar
Ariana Grande, who is a self-proclaimed fan of the movie, had her heart set on buying the dress. However, despite her enormous wealth, she was unable to secure the dress. The Side to Side singer tried to buy the original May Queen gown worn by Florence Pugh herself in the horror movie Midsommar. Grande posted on her Instagram that multiple people had informed her about the auction of the beautiful gown. The original May Queen is made up of different 10,000 colorful silk flowers. Pugh herself encouraged the pop singer to buy the dress by revealing that the dress also has hand holes to hold and drink the wine.
Grande, unfortunately, couldn’t match the bidding amount to buy the dress. The iconic dress was bought by the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures. The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures has reportedly bought the dress by paying the hefty amount of $65,000. The dress is available in the museum so that the fans of Midsommar and viewers of the museum can have a glance at the beautiful dress.
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In the end, the global superstar failed to buy her favorite dress despite her enormous wealth. But the instance is proof of Grande’s admiration for Midsommar. One can enjoy Pugh’s horror movie, Midsommar, by streaming it on Netflix.