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Twitter Hate Nearly Reduces Ariana Grande To Tears

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01/31/2014 11:42 am
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Twitter Hate Nearly Reduces Ariana Grande To Tears
Media Courtesy of Associated Press
Bradleigh-Ann Walker Staff Writer Teenage songstress Ariana Grande wowed in her flowered Dolce & Gabbana dress and pink heels when she arrived on the Grammys red carpet at the Staples Center on Sunday. Unfortunately, not everyone was impressed. E! Online reports that a source spotted her looking distraught and close to tears, all after a blogger criticized her appearance on Twitter. "She's still not completely comfortable on carpets and she made the mistake of looking at Twitter. This blogger attacked her dress but also went after her hair and then more people started piling on. It was just mean. Ariana was like, 'Why am I even here?'" a source revealed. However, like a true professional, the 20-year-old eventually recovered and continued with her night. Ever since her singing career thrust her further into the spotlight, Grande has been constantly judged on her appearance, especially her hairstyle. She’s known for a particular ‘do, and her locks are accentuated by extensions. In response to the comments, the “Right There” singer posted a message to her Instagram account two weeks ago, explaining that her hair is damaged because she had to dye it repeatedly for her role as Cat on Nickelodeon TV show Victorious. "I wear extensions but I wear it in a ponytail because my actual hair is so broken that it looks absolutely ratchet and absurd when I let it down. So as annoying as it is for y'all to have to look at the same hairstyle all the time, it's all that works for now (and I'm comfortable for the first time in years). And trust me, it's even more difficult for me to have to wait forever for my natural hair to grow back and to have to wear more fake hair than every drag queen on earth combined,” Grande wrote. When it all comes down to it, people will unfortunately always bully those more successful no matter what, especially in the age of social media. Sticks and stones! Let the music speak for itself and soon enough it’ll silence the haters.

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