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2018 has been a whirlwind year for Ariana Grande, from her career skyrocketing with her massively successful album, Sweetener, breaking streaming and chart records to blowing our minds with her Thank U, Next music video.

However, just as her career has catapulted, her love life has given her increasing trouble. After her former love Mac Miller passed away earlier in the year, Ariana broke off her engagement with SNL comedian Pete Davidson.

She has now decided to channel those turbulent emotions into her Christmas decorations… 

Her brother Frankie Grande posted a picture to Twitter of Grande's upside-down Christmas tree, evoking her trademark upside-down captions.

The tree is legitimately defying gravity up on the ceiling, and when asked out in NYC today why her tree resembles this shape, she replied;

"Sometimes life just be upside down." The lady ain't wrong. Her life is hectic as hell.

 Between a much-publicised break-up, a called-off engagement, a planned world tour, a massively successful album, an ex-boyfriend dying of a drug overdose and a feud between Drake and Kanye which she accidentally joins, Ariana has had an absolutely wild year.

Feliz NaviDAMN she makes a good metaphor.

Merry Christmas Ari, we love the tree. You go Glen Coco.

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Niall Horan has only recently bought a new home in Hollywood, but his neighbours already don't like him.

The singer is causing a stir with the residents as there's a historic tree in front of his house that he took down.

"These sort of celebs disrupt everything with no regard for others," said one neighbour.

 

A photo posted by Niall horan (@niallhoran) on

According to The Sun, the One Direction star bought his new $3 million home in the same neighbourhood as Robert Pattison and Justin Timberlake.

The neighbour added: "Workers spent hours with a crane to lift the tree out."

It looks like Niall might have to throw a house party to sweeten his neighbours up!

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Ho, ho, ho! Dublin just got a WHOLE load more festive with the arrival of the giant I BELIEVE Christmas tree in the capital's city centre.

Donated by Coillte, the fir was cut down in Wicklow earlier today before being transported to the Custom House Quarter.

There it will be given pride of place for the month-long duration of the I BELIEVE festival.

Officially kicking off in just nine days' time, the event will focus around food, gifts and seasonal joy; it will run right up until December 23 too.

And although dwarfed by the famed 38metre Rockefeller tree in New York City, we reckon Ireland's own version will still look pretty special against the city's backdrop.

In true Holidays Are Comin’ style, the organisers have also been busily posting some very exciting snaps to their Twitter account – all, no doubt, to get us in the mood for yuletide treats and fun (let's just say it's worked too).

Set in a "chalet style village" (including an après ski bar), the I BELIEVE market has charity at its roots: the likes of the Temple Street Foundation, Simon Communities Ireland, Childline, Barretstown, and the St Vincent de Paul will all benefit from the event.

Meanwhile, the impressive tree will be lit at the inaugural Annual Tree Lighting ceremony on Thursday November 26 – something which will be free and open to the public.

Santa will be appearing (natch) in the run up to the big day, and visitors can even buy their Christmas trees from a dedicated market at the Point Village.

You can find out more here, while make sure to watch the festive fir being cut down below:

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