Ninja, TimTheTatMan, and more panic over Ariana Grande’s Fortnite tour performance
Ariana Grande has joined the illustrious club of musicians to perform in Fortnite, and the internet just might not to have enough.
The Rift Tour’s August shutdown featured none other than Ariana Grande performing in all the pastels and crystals the Fortnite universe could muster.
With a setlist including “7 Rings”, “Be Alright”, “REM” and more, the visual effects and insane effects weren’t the only things to expect, as there seemed to be something for everyone.
It’s INSANE https://t.co/tF8Q8jHtPO pic.twitter.com/VJ2DPK2WMc
– Ninja (@Ninja) August 6, 2021
One of those who attended the concert’s first gig was none other than Tyler ‘Ninja’ Blevins, perhaps one of Fortnite‘s most famous personalities of all time.
“It’s INSANE,” Ninja wrote on Twitter. “It’s like a personal concert.
TimTheTatman, who can be heard in the background, was apparently panicking even more than Blevins. “Dude, imagine being a kid and going through this,” Tim remarked, totally stunned by what he saw happening in the game.
Ariana Grande fans were also delighted with the performance. A part that really seemed to blow people away when Grande, like Travis Scott before her, became a giant and dominated the map.
– Jacob (@fakesmileximh) August 6, 2021
Fortnite Concept Artist and Ariana stan ‘D3NNI’ pretty much summed up what many fans were feeling during the performance – a good sign that Epic crushed him yet again.
“THIS EVENT WAS EVERYTHING I EVER WANTED AND MORE !!” He tweeted. “The VISUALS, CHOICES DE CHANSON, CHOREO… every detail was perfect. MY CURRE IS SO HAPPY RN. “
– D3NNI (@ D3NNI_yt) August 6, 2021
In fact, the biggest complaint from those who attended the event seemed to be that it was just too short. At just under 15 minutes, people were clamoring for more pop star, and can you really blame them?
Fornite might not be as popular as it was in its heyday, but it’s still one of the most poppin ‘battles royals in the world. Another thing is certain too: they really know how to put on a good show.