Ariana Grande recently reached a milestone moment when her Thank U, Next album gave her the top three spots on Billboard 100, something that hasn't been accomplished by an artist since The Beatles. In light of her celebratory moment in life, you would think the "7 Rings" singer would be doing all kinds of things or traveling everywhere but according to her, she doesn't do much at all. 

The 25-year-old made a surprise visit to The Late Late Show with James Corden and said her personal life really isn't a thing. “I was so excited that you asked me to do this today cause usually, I don’t have anything to do than just make songs and just rehearse and that’s it. My personal life is still non-existent so I was excited to come here,” she said, as seen in the clip below. 

On the topic of her Billboard success, Ariana told James that she "thinks it's so funny." 

"I thought it was an edit that my fans made. They're like insane people that I love, I thought it was a joke," she explained. "[...] I'll take a break after this I'll go away I promise," she joked. 

Watch the full clip below.