Ariana Grande & Jim Carrey Cozy Up in Sweet Photo Ahead of Her 'Kidding' Debut

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 Jim Carrey and Ariana Grande attend the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum on Aug. 24, 2014 in Inglewood, Calif.  

Ariana Grande is ready for her debut on Jim Carrey's Showtime series Kidding.

On Friday (Feb. 21), two days before her episode airs, the 26-year-old pop superstar shared a black-and-white photo of herself cozying up to the legendary actor/comedian on the set of the comedy-drama.

"Sunday @shokidding," she captioned the photo, which shows her in a winged costume as the character Piccola Grande, the Pickle Fairy of Hope.

Kidding, which is currently in its second season, chronicles the struggles of children's show star Mr. Pickles, played by Carrey.

Mariah Carey hilariously commented on Grande's photo with Carrey. "With my cousin Jim who insists on misspelling our last name," the diva wrote.

In July, Grande shared another photo of her with Carrey, gushing about how working with the actor/comedian was "a dream of an experience."

"There aren't words," she wrote alongside the snap with a string of cloud emojis. "I’ve been staring at my screen and no words do this moment justice. thankful for the most special experience of my life. nothing is crazier than getting to work with and spend time with someone whom you’ve idolized and adored since before you could speak."

Grande got her start in 2010 on the Nickelodeon series Victorious and has appeared on a number of other series and TV specials in the subsequent years (Sam & Cat, Scream Queens, Hairspray Live!).

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

sunday @shokidding ------

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@arianagrande dazzles Pickle Barrel Falls as the Fairy of Hope THIS Sunday! ?#Kidding

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