For obvious reasons, I can't adopt Ariana Grande, but this next bit of news totally makes me want to clone her and take her in as one of my siblings. No offense to my two sisters — they're wonderful — but surely they wouldn't mind being semi-related to a super talented singer who also loves them enough to switch religions on their behalf, which is precisely what happened with the Grande siblings. US Weekly reports that Grande switched to Kabbalah for her brother Frankie, who felt shunned by the Catholic Church because he's gay. The "Best Mistake" singer and her brother have always backed one another, but this is the ultimate show of support.
Per The Daily Mail, the 21-year-old singer said, "When my brother was told that God didn't love him I was like, "OK, that's not cool." They were building a Kabbalah centre in Florida so we both checked it out and really had a connection with it."
If you aren't a complete, disheveled mess after reading that, then you either have no heart, or you're utterly oblivious to the loving and awesome relationship the Grande siblings have. At times, their generosity almost seems too good to be true. A grand gesture like Ariana's decision to change religions on her brother's behalf just goes to show that they should totally take my advice and start working together by co-authoring a how-to book on becoming the best siblings ever. Much like Ariana's music, I'm sure that book would be on top of the charts in no time.
They could start with a lesson on how to come to your sibling's defense, like the time Frankie defended Ariana against those diva rumors, or when Ariana took down an Internet troll who insulted Frankie with disgusting, homophobic slurs. Just for good measure, they should probably include a chapter on showing one another love on social media because both of their Instagram pages are filled with adorable sibling selfies. But obviously, this proposed manual on sibling bonds wouldn't be complete without acknowledging the "Break Free" singer's latest show of love and support towards her big brother, which is about as admirable as it gets.