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Ariana Grande posts a sweet photo of Nonna after receiving the Billboard Hot 100 award

Ariana Grande posts a sweet photo of Nonna after receiving the Billboard Hot 100 award

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Ariana Grande is proud of Nona.

On Tuesday, the singer shared a photo on Instagram Her grandmother, Marjorie “Nona” Grande, has a special commemorative plaque, which marks her accomplishment of becoming the oldest female artist to appear on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.

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“Celebrating the one and only beautiful Nona who has now made history by being the biggest person to ever appear on the @billboard Hot100,” Grande wrote in the caption of the post. “We love you and we thank you.”

Last month, “Ordinary Things (fet. Nonna)” from Grande's seventh studio album “Eternal Sunshine” debuted at No. 55 on the Hot 100 chart.

In the song, Nona shares some wise words about love and reflects on her relationship with Grande's grandfather.

She says: “And when he comes home, and I see him / When he first gets off that train (is it hard?) / It was like God Almighty had arrived, it was like seeing the light of day / I mean, I could have packed your bags and left in a million Once, you know?”

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Singer Ariana Grande (L) and Marjorie “Nona” Grande attend the 2016 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 20, 2016 in Los Angeles.

“It's not that we never fought, can you get over that, you know? / It's so easy, and like I told her / Never go to bed without kissing you goodnight / That's the worst thing you can do, don't ever do it, Do it before / And if you can't do it, if you don't feel comfortable doing it / You're in the wrong place, get out,” she continues in her message.

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The previous record holder for the oldest artist to have a song on the chart was the late Fred Stopa, who was 96 when he appeared on “Oh Sweet Lorraine.” The song charted at #42 on the Hot 100.

Since Grande released “Eternal Sunshine” in March, the album has been on my playlist Billboard 200 chart For five weeks.