Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande is proud of her generation in the wake of the recently concluded U.S. presidential election. Pictured: The “Problem” singer at the panel for “Hairspray Live!” at the NBC Universal Television Critics Association press tour in Beverly Hills, Calif., on Aug. 2, 2016. Reuters/Phil McCarten

Ariana Grande is done crying over spilled milk. The “Side to Side” songstress, who is a staunch supporter of Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton, has now accepted the victory of Donald Trump in the recently concluded 2016 U.S. presidential election. However, she’s not done supporting what she thinks is right for the United States.

Grande took to Instagram to share an infographic on the turnout of the election based solely on the votes of people aged 18-25. According to the infographic that has been in circulation on social media since Trump was announced the victor, the “future” generation was all for Clinton instead of Trump, and this has warmed the cockles of the heart of the “Problem” hitmaker.

“Although I’ve been crying all night and morning… It restores my hope a little bit that this is what our generation’s vote looked like. It says to me that better times are coming… we just have to stick together right now,” Grande wrote. “Let’s please be active and vocal every day toward making each other feel accepted and loved for our differences. Not just on election day. Please.”

For Grande, being accepting of one another is key for the nation to get through the “very dark few years” that America will be under Trump’s regime. “If you are feeling how I am feeling right now, please know I am holding your hand from afar and I love you,” she quipped.

In a follow-up Instagram post, the “Focus” singer emphasized that her support still belongs to Clinton by sharing another infographic that states: “Still with her. Still with progress, Still with equality. Sill with love.” Then, before she signed off from social media, Grande shared a Snapchat in which she could be seen posing for the camera as a filter of dog ears and nose adorn her countenance. She stated that the Snapchat was for her fans who need “extra love” to make it through the day.

It appears that Grande has already moved on from what many consider a disappointing end to the 2016 U.S. presidential election. It can be noted that when it was revealed that Clinton had lost to Trump, the “Dangerous Woman” songstress quickly took to Twitter to reveal that she’s “in tears” because the turnout of the election was “utterly terrifying,” as reported earlier by Mirror.