Ariana Grande opens up about her body 'concerns': 'We might look different'

Ariana Grande She shared a poignant message to her millions of social media followers on Tuesday.

29 years old “Dangerous Woman” singer A rare video has surfaced on Tik Tok where she talks about her “concerns” about her body.

“I don’t do this very often,” she said. “I’m not good and I don’t like it.”

“I wanted to address your concerns about my body and talk a little bit about what it means to be a person with a body and to be seen and seen,” she added.

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Ariana Grande opened up about her body concerns on TikTok Tuesday.

Ariana Grande opened up about her body concerns on TikTok Tuesday. (NBCU Photo Bank)

Grande has largely stayed out of the spotlight while filming the two-part adaptation Musical “EvilWith Cynthia Erivo, slated for a Christmas Day 2024 release.

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“I think we should be calmer and less uncomfortable about commenting on people’s bodies, no matter what. If you think you’re saying something good or well-intentioned, it doesn’t matter — healthy, unhealthy, big, small, this, that, sexually suggestive.” No – we shouldn’t,” she said. “We really have to work on not doing that much.

“There are ways to compliment someone or ignore something you’ve seen, something you don’t like…I think we should help each other.

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of Former Disney star She lists some important reminders for her fans when discussing beauty standards.

“There are many different types of beauty. There are many different ways to look healthy and beautiful,” she said. “I personally know that the body you’re comparing me to is the most unhealthy version of me.

Ariana Grande spoke candidly with fans in a rare video shared online.

Ariana Grande spoke candidly with fans in a rare video shared online. (TikTok/Ariana Grande)

“I was on a lot of anti-depressants and I was drinking on them and eating poorly and at a very low point in my life when I was looking at what you would consider my healthy self. But that really wasn’t my healthy self.”

Ariana has had a few particularly traumatic experiences over the past few years. She is honest about her post-traumatic stress disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder The deadly bombing of her Manchester Arena In the year The concert that killed 22 people in 2017.

According to the BBC, more than 800 people suffered physical and psychological injuries following the bombing.

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Her ex-boyfriend, musician Mac Miller; He died of an accidental drug overdose One year later in September 2018. A month later, Grande ended her relationship with fiancé Pete Davidson.

Grande hosted a 'One Love Manchester' benefit concert shortly after the bombing.

Grande hosted a ‘One Love Manchester’ benefit concert shortly after the bombing. (Dave Hogan)

“I know I shouldn’t explain that, but I feel like there’s some openness and some vulnerability here… something good can come from it,” she said. “I don’t know. That’s the first thing – how can we look different.”

of Grammy Award Winner “You never know what someone is going through, so even if you’re coming from a loving and caring place, that person is probably working on it or has a support system that you’re working on. You never know. So be gentle with each other and yourself,” he added.

Her last plea to her fans was to extend a little love their way. She told them that they are “beautiful no matter what level you are.”

“No matter what your weight is, no matter how you like to do your makeup these days, no matter if you’ve had any cosmetic procedures or not or anything – I think you’re beautiful,” the “God Is A Woman” singer said. .

Grande She married real estate broker Dalton Gomez In 2021

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