We learned about two more skills Ariana Grande can add to her resume after a news story from 1998 emerged in which a 5-year-old Grande rode the Zamboni at a Florida Panthers game.
Grande was also the first person to be struck by a puck in the Panthers new arena, and it happened shortly after she was hit for the first time. The story reads:
“her mom, Joan Grande-Butera was telling Insider about a game last January when her daughter was hit in the right wrist by an errant Gord Murphy shot when — believe it or not — she was hit again. This time by a puck fired from an unidentified Tampa Bay player.”
Grande saw the re-emergence of the news story and it was great.
if i’m honest ….. this is still exactly what i look like without lashes and my pony ….. anyone who knows me knows me knows ….. like …. i’m twenty five. i was five here. the only difference now is that hand now says bbq grill finger. pic.twitter.com/rkAbXla1YF
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) February 10, 2019
This is all great. Now we just need Grande to release an album of hockey tunes in honor of this moment.