Ariana Grande reached out to fans on Twitter after news broke of her split from Big Sean , saying she appreciated their support and assuring them that she was doing OK. “I love u babes so much,” the singer tweeted early on Tuesday. “You’re a bunch of angels honestly. Your love/care is appreciated so much. I’m good I promise.”
Interestingly, she later deleted the tweet.
As i previously reported, Grande and Sean announced their breakup on Monday. The split is described as amicable, with the two citing their busy schedules as the major reason behind the end of the relationship. “They both deeply care for each other and remain close friends,” their reps told us in a joint statement.
Ariana Grande and Big Sean are breaking free. The fan-favorite couple have split after eight months of dating, their reps confirm exclusively to Us Weekly .
“They both deeply care for each other and remain close friends,” their reps tell Us in a joint statement. “We kindly ask that the respect their wish for privacy regarding this personal matter at this time.”
Insiders close to the two say they very quietly and amicably ended their relationship a few weeks ago. “They made the decision to part ways because their conflicting touring schedules would keep them apart over the next year,” one source tells Us.
Ariana Grande opens up about family, fame and freakiness in a new Billboard cover story.
“I think people see me as a little cutesy thing, but I’m literally the most sardonic person you’ve ever met,” she tells the magazine.
It all started when she was “a very weird little girl.” Wow.
What was she like?
“Dark and deranged. I always wanted to have skeleton face paint on or be wearing a Freddy Krueger mask, and I would carry a hockey stick around,” recalls Grande. “I was like a mini-Helena Bonham Carter .”
Bangin’! The power trio of Jessie J, Ariana Grande , and Nicki Minaj teamed up to treat audiences to a new single, “Bang Bang,” which debuted with quite the bang on Monday, July 28. Jessie J, 26, enlisted the two talents for the track, with Grande, 21, contributing her powerhouse vocals and Minaj, 31, spitting a verse that perfectly completes the song.
“Bang Bang” is the first single off of Jessie J’s upcoming third studio album, due out later this year.
Ariana Grande opens up about her relationship with her late grandfather — and being estranged from her dad — in the September issue of Seventeen.
Grande, who completed the interview before her grandfather’s passing, shares that he boosted her confidence growing up because, “He was like, ‘You’re a star, I know in my heart you’re going to make this family so proud. You’re a blessing.’ And I was like, oh my god, and started crying, and I trusted it.”
Ariana Grande showed off her playful girly side (with the appropriate hint of sex appeal) for V Magazine’s spring music issue through a series of beautiful black and white photos. The singer also touched on a number of topics, including her hair, her career, being vegan, her idol Madonna and more.
“I use my hair as a mask, as a shield. I hide behind it and it’s what keeps me me. Some people make fun of me for it, but I don’t know who those some people are, so I don’t care,” Grande, who openly revealed that she wears extensions because of all the dye jobs she’s had, said.
Ariana Grande does NOT have a cocaine problem, despite a completely FALSE rumor started by Perez Hilton.
On Sunday, the blogger began barraging the singer with faux concern on Twitter, writing, “Are you okay? I heard someone saw you doing cocaine at a party! Stay away from drugs Ariana!!!”
Perez also tweeted to Grande’s brother Frankie, “Please make sure Ariana stays away from cocaine. I’m hearing awful things about what she’s been doing!”
He even wrote to Nickelodeon, where the actress works on “Sam & Cat,” saying, “Hopefully you guys can help her before it’s too severe!”
But Perez’s claims are 100 percent untrue , and Grande is planning to sue the blogger for his false allegations.
A close Grande source tells me exclusively that Perez’s claims are “all lies” and “not true.”
In fact, we’re told the star is so anti-drugs that she’s even afraid to take over-the-counter medication like Tylenol.
Music insiders speculate that the cocaine allegations may be a “vendetta” by Perez, who allegedly tried to be Grande’s manager.
He “approached her and got rejected,” says a close family confidant, who feels his attacks against her and her fans are “personal.”
The blogger’s claims may also be retribution for some of Grande’s fans allegedly writing mean comments about the blogger’s son.
Perez even tweeted to Grande, “For every day your fans continue to spam me on social media, I will continue to tweet you. I know you see my tweets. I win! :-)”
I heard from the Grande confidant that she’s already “hired litigators to sue him for slander.”