Ariana Grande has been extremely vocal about her love for actor and comedian Jim Carrey.
The two have shared in a few back-and-forth Twitter exchanges. Grande revealed that even her AIM username back in elementary school was inspired by him, and when they first met in 2014, Grande was a tearful mess. Now she'll get to spend even more time with him, working on his Showtime drama series Kidding.
The child actor turned pop sensation is going back to her acting roots, with a guest appearance in the show's upcoming second season. Carrey's series is about a children's television show host dealing with mental health issues and grief following the death of a loved one.
Grande has dealt with her own mental health struggles due to recurring PTSD and anxiety, which she has opened up about, often in cryptic tweets.
The series airs on Showtime and has been renewed for a second season.
The series follows Jeff Piccirillo aka Mr. Pickles, a children's television show host who must put on a facade and mask his internal grieving after losing one of his twin sons. In a similar vein as Mr. Rogers, Carrey's character is warm and loving and well received by children. But there is a lot more going on beneath the surface. The second season is set to air sometime in the fall of 2019.