Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande and Taylor Swift have pyjama party

ARIANA Grande and Taylor Swift had a pyjama party before performing together in the UK

The 21-year-old singer and the 'Out of the Woods' hitmaker enjoyed a girly get-together to talk boys, lingerie and their friendship ahead of their performances at the Victoria's Secret fashion show in central London.

She said: "Taylor is really sweet, we are going to have a girl's night in tonight.

"I want to hang out with the girls before the show.

"She's doing something incredibly special for pop and I love pop. Her album is actually selling, in a time like this. It gives us all hope."

Ariana admits she cannot wait to take to the stage at the special catwalk show - at which Ed Sheeran and Hozier will also perform - but she wishes she had a pair of stilts to look a bit taller among the Victoria's Secret Angels.

She added to the Daily Star newspaper: "They are dressing me up with the prettiest things. If only I could find some stilts because I'm only 5ft 2 and all those models are six feet."

While Ariana admits she enjoys sporting the clothes she is given to wear, she was recently heavily criticised by singer-and-actress Bette Midler who claimed young female acts are making a "wh**e" out of themselves nowadays by dressing in scantily-clad attire for their music videos.

But the raven-haired beauty brushed off the harsh comments and insisted she much preferred it when the 69-year-old star used to chat about sex and shake her body.

She said: "I love Bette so it was so sad for me. I was like, 'No, Bette, remember when you used to shake your own bobbies and talk about sex, too?' It was awesome."

 



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