2016 has been another big year for singer and actress Ariana Grande. She released her third studio album, "Dangerous Woman," on May 20. The album has already produced some huge hits and fans can't get enough of the songstress' tunes.

Promoting her upcoming tour

Last night, Grande appeared on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon." Fallon didn't have enough time on the show to talk with Grande, but the singer took to the stage for an unforgettable performance. Grandeperformed "Jason's Song(Gave It Away)" with help from Fallon's house band, The Roots.

Grande must have been feeling it, because after the show, she tweeted, "That was my favorite performance I've ever done I think.

Thanks @MrJasonRBrown for using my voice the way its meant to be heard. love you."

@MrJasonRBrown is Jason Robert Brown, who is a composer and lyricist. Brown wrote "Jason's Song" for Grande and played the piano on the song during "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" performance.

The singer is preparingfor a massive world tour in support of her latest album.The tour kicks off next year on February 2 at Talking Stick Arena in Phoenix, with stops in Nashville, Cleveland, Seattle, Denver, New Orleans, Miami and more. So far, only dates for the U.S. leg of the tour have been scheduled, with more shows being added soon. The supporting acts have not yet been announced.

Other 'Tonight Show' guests

Other guests Monday night on "The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon" included presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and actor Terry Crews from the FOX sitcom "Brooklyn Nine-Nine." Singer, actress and "The Voice" coachMiley Cyrus made a special appearance on last nights episode to play a role with Fallon on his always popular and hilarious "Ew!" skit.

Tuesday night Jimmy Fallon will welcome actor Mark Wahlberg and actress Sophia Vergara to the stage, with a musical performance from MØ. Wahlberg is out and about promoting his latest movie, "Deepwater Horizon," while Vergara is on the talk show circuit for the latest season of "Modern Family" which premiers on Wednesday.

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