Ariana Grande and her parents attend the 2020 Grammy Awards.

Ariana Walked The Grammys Carpet With BOTH Her Parents & Her Fans Are So Thrilled

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Ariana Grande was in good company as she hit the 2020 Grammys red carpet. Of course, the annual awards show is always a special night, but when Ari hit the carpet, both her parents were at her side. And these tweets about Ariana Grande and her parents at the 2020 Grammys will melt your heart.

Arianators were waiting with bated breath to see what their girl would wear to the 2020 show, and you better believe she did not disappoint. Ari whipped out what might be her most stunning look to date: a massive, gray Giambattista Valli gown fit for a princess. With endless layers of tulle, and her signature ponytail cascading down her back, Grande turned heads left and right. But it was the sweet photos Grande took with her parents that really had fans freaking out.

Ari's parents, Joan Grande and Edward Butera, were beaming as they accompanied their daughter on the carpet. The photos and video clips from the endearing moment will warm your heart, and Arianators on Twitter are sharing them nonstop.

Grande's parents are divorced, and their appearance at the Grammys together marks their first-ever red carpet walk throughout the entirety of Grande's career.

Fans were well aware of the monumental meaning behind the moment.

"This photo says so much. From tension with her father, and him divorcing with Joan... Now he’s present in her life, and they’ve mended the relationship. Her parents have been there through it all this year. So important! I’m beyond thrilled Ariana is so happy," one fan wrote.

Grande spent Thanksgiving 2019 with both of her parents for the first time since their divorce in 2003. And if there were ever an ocassion for family and loved ones to come together and support one another, it would be the 2020 Grammys. Grande is nominated for a whopping five Grammys, and is also slated to perform at the show. To say her parents have plenty of reasons to be proud would be quite the understatement.