Ariana Grande Reveals The Downside Of Fame

Ariana Grande Reveals The Downside Of Fame

Ariana Grande, whose new album, “My Everything,” is out on Monday, continues to gain more fans with each passing year. But, as she told Access’ Shaun Robinson, that brings with it the downsides of fame.

I think I would rather make a donation. Here is my ice bucket challenge video of me writing a check. Ariana prefers for cold hard cash to speak for her instead. She will perform on "America's got talent" live results show on Wednesday. This is the summer of Ariana. Her new album comes out on Monday. As she told me, it brings with it the downside of fame. As you become more famous, how difficult is it to protect the things that you want to keep private? It's only as difficult as I allow it to be, really. I feel like I have done a really good job of separating what I allow into my brain space and what I don't. I really don't look at much. The only time I hear about what people are saying about me is when my friends say hey, is this true? So much is written about her and I found out some of it is far from accurate. I heard you said your heart would stop if you got to collaborate with Madonna. I love Madonna, and my heart would stop, but maybe they asked me that and I said yes? Did you describe yourself as a kid as dark? Yes. Tell me why. I was always into dark costumes. I was always wearing like a scream mask, or a Freddy and Jason costume -- Why did you get a kick out of doing that? My mom has kind of an obsession with things that are gothic and dark as well. "Seventeen" magazine called you the selfie queen. Yeah, which was funny because I had not posted one in about three months. I guess they just wanted to talk about it, but I didn't think I was a selfie queen. I should be the last person on that list. Tomorrow on access Hollywood.