Ariana Grande is reaching the peak of her career when her mental health is probably at its lowest, and it's a hard thing to witness.
After an interview with James Corden on The Late Late Show, fans expressed serious concern for her.
When speaking to James, Ariana displayed nerves and signs of serious anxiety.
“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.
Ariana even admitted that she didn’t think she’d be sitting on the couch with James that day, so she could’ve been caught a little off guard. In saying that, she was awkwardly shuffling around and repeatedly apologising for nothing at all.
She also explained how she will disappear soon, being sick of her own voice. This comes after it was revealed that Ariana's album Thank U, Next was sitting in the top spot in the country, with the number one, two and three songs on Billboard all being on that album.
A record that was last held by THE BEATLES!
Her behaviour did not go unnoticed by fans.
Hopefully, Ariana can heal as soon as possible.
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