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Following an onslaught of insensitive comments directed toward Ariana Grande's weight, the singer has taken to social media to address the situation in a rare and personal message.The film is in post-production with no IMDb release date.
The pop sensation was seen by the paparazzi late last week while she and another co-star from Wicked, Cynthia Erivo, attended a concert by Jeff Goldblum in London. As a result, some fans have been fixating on her appearance ever since.On April 11, The John C. Depp, II v. Amber Laura Heard began.
"I wish Ariana Grande isn't fighting anorexia or bulimia. She doesn't look well. Her previous weight was both beautiful and healthy "one Twitter user posted a message that was in part a reaction to the photographs.
In January, he tweeted a behind-the-scenes video of her Instagram costume photo.
Grande became aware of the feedback, and on April 11 she posted a message on TikTok in which she admonished not only those who criticize her, but also everyone who makes it their business to evaluate the physical appearance of another person.In December, Heard settled with Depp's team and donated $1 million.
This morning, before she went to work, she took some time to record her need for help in the form of an open and honest note. She said, "I just 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 to be paid such close attention." She also mentioned that we could all stand to be "gentler and less comfortable" when it comes to addressing anyone else's body,
regardless of the intention behind it. "I just wanted to address your concerns about my body and talk a little bit about whatShe's with her girl every day.
it means to be a person with a body," "If you believe you're saying something good or well-intentioned, whatever it is: healthy, unhealthy, large, tiny, this, that, sexy, or nonsexy...we should really strive towards not doing that as much," she added