The 21-year-old singer recently attended a cover shoot for the publication. Unfortunately, a report just surfaced that Grande was a “monster” about her hair and treated everyone terribly.
A spokesperson for Marie Claire can’t help but disagree.
“Ariana did not postpone the shoot and nothing about her arrival time was a surprise to us,” the magazine said in a statement to E! News. “On set, she was professional and accommodating.”
The statement concluded, “She posed for photos with Editor-in-Chief Anne Fulendwider’s kids and watched some of the World Cup with the crew.” The October issue is available now.
This isn’t the first time “The Way” singer has faced rumors of alleged diva behavior.
While Grande performed at Stand Up to Cancer earlier this month, a report surfaced that she was “a total nightmare” backstage. Executive Producer Joel Gallen later told E! News exclusively that Grande was “wonderful to work with, very gracious and a consummate professional.”
Just a few days later, Grande was forced to respond to reports that she stormed off the set of a completely different photo shoot in Australia.
“It does suck,” the singer said in regards to the negative press she’s been receiving. “My fans know who I am, my family knows who I am, my friends know who I am, and that’s all that matters.”
Despite the recent headlines, Grande is simply trying to focus on her music and pleasing her fans.
After her latest album, My Everything, debuted on the top of the charts, the singer announced plans for a massive North America tour.
Beginning February 25, 2015, Grande will hit the road and stop in 25 cities for the Honeymoon Tour. Rixton will serve as the opening act.
“only the 1st leg has been announced! I promise loves overseas, u don’t have to worry your dates are coming,” she tweeted. “love u & I can’t wait to see U” Follow @Infocelebrity on Twitter!
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