Healthy Life

Ariana Grande addresses ‘concern’ that she looks too ‘thin’

Ariana Grande assured fans that she’s “healthy” after they claimed she was “too thin” in recent photos.

The “thank u next” singer got candid in a three-minute TikTok video Tuesday, urging her followers to be more mindful before sharing their opinions on others’ appearances.

“The body that you’ve been comparing my current body to was the unhealthiest version of my body. I was on a lot of antidepressants and drank on them and ate poorly,” she explained.

“[I was] at the lowest point of my life when I looked the way you consider my healthy, but that in fact wasn’t my healthy.”

The “Victorious” alum went on, “I know I shouldn’t have to explain that. But I do feel like maybe having an openness and some sort of vulnerability here, good might come from it.”

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Ariana Grande has responded to online commentary about her body.
Ariana Grande shares a tiktok video
The “Into You” singer urged fans not to comment on other people’s appearances.

Fans began to comment on Grande’s appearance after photos emerged of her attending Jeff Goldblum’s London concert last week.

She and her “Wicked” co-star, Cynthia Erivo, looked glam as they stepped out in support of their pal, with Grande bundling up in an oversized pink coat.

“Ariana Grande looks worryingly thin,” one person tweeted in response to the images, while another chimed in, “Very controversial opinion but she’s seriously too thin … I’m worried for her.”

Ariana Grande seen leaving the Groucho Club in London, England.
Conversation about her body began when she stepped out in London last week
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Cynthia Erivo and Ariana Grande seen leaving the Groucho Club in London, England.
She opted for a pink coat while walking with her “Wicked” co star Cynthia Erivo.
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Cynthia Erivo and Ariana Grande seen leaving the Groucho Club in London, England.
The duo were supporting their pal Jeff Goldblum at his show.
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Elsewhere in the TikTok clip, the “One Last Time” chart topper said she believes people should feel “less comfortable” commenting on others’ bodies, even if they’re well-meaning.

“There are ways to compliment someone or to ignore something that you see that you don’t like, that I think we should help each other work towards,” she said.

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“We should aim toward being safer, and keeping each other safer.”

Grande, who is currently filming the film adaptation of the Broadway musical “Wicked,” said “healthy can look different” to different people.

“You never know what someone is going through,” she said.

A photo of Ariana Grande crouching down.
Fans took to social media to comment on Grande’s changing figure.

“So even if you are coming from a loving place and a caring place, that person probably is working on it or has a support system that they are working on it with. Be gentle with each other and with yourselves.”

She concluded the PSA by sharing a message of love to her fans.

“I think you’re beautiful. It doesn’t matter what you’re going through. It doesn’t matter what weight, it doesn’t matter how you like to do your makeup these days, it doesn’t matter what cosmetic procedures you’ve had or not or anything,” she said.

The “7 Rings” singer has previously spoken about her struggles with anxiety and depression, along with PTSD after the bombing at her 2017 Manchester concert killed 22 people.