Ariana Grande’s ‘changed’ voice leaves fans confused in new video

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Ariana Grande, 29, sent fans into a frenzy as she went completely makeup-free in a new video, replying to questions from fans.

The Dangerous Woman singer left some viewers confused as they claimed her voice had “changed”.

In the 11-minute clip, uploaded to YouTube by her brand r.e.m beauty, Ariana discussed a series of questions sent in by fans, including her role of Glinda in the upcoming Wicked movie.

But some viewers found that Ariana’s voice sounded different than usual, taking to Twitter to point out the purported “change”.

Emeryannee said: “Why does ariana grande have a new voice or accent every year.” (sic)

F***geminiss added: “Every video i watch of ariana grande she has a different accent,” while Imstonedbye chimed in: “lol the three different voices in one video.”

Swifttlore typed: “Ariana Grande’s accent has apparently completely changed??? She doesn’t talk the same as she did even just a year or so ago???”

The comments come after Ariana posted a very rare video of herself calling for kindness from her fans, after seeing concerns about her health due to her changing appearance.

The former Victorious star took to TikTok to address recent concerns about her appearance, insisting she is healthier than ever, saying that “there are many different kinds of beautiful”.

She kept her selfie video casual and filmed it against a bank of windows while wearing a grey zipped hoodie and a pink vest top.

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Ariana explained: “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 to.”

She then went on to claim that commenting on anyone’s body or health isn’t helpful, as even seemingly positive takes are unwarranted and potentially harmful.

Ariana continued: “I think we should be gentler and less comfortable commenting on people’s bodies, no matter what.

“If you think you’re saying something good or well-intentioned, whatever it is, healthy or unhealthy, big or small, this or that, sexy or not sexy, we should really work towards not doing that as much.

“I think we should help each other work towards just being safer and keeping each other safer.”

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