I'm not exactly sure what a "Piers Morgan" is, but here we are.
On Wednesday afternoon, Ariana Grande intervened through a tweet after the British television anchor issued some definitely not necessary comments about Little Mix and its promotional images. As expected, the comments in question were completely foolish in nature, and even included Morgan's claim that Ellen DeGeneres is a "hypocrite." In addition, they were made in response to Ariana's mother, Joan.
Grande defended both DeGeneres and Little Mix, closing the response with a nod to his new single "Thank U, Next".
"[I] wait for the day when you realize that there are other ways to become more relevant than to criticize young, beautiful and successful women for everything they do, "Grande said later, adding that this change in mentality could be" something beautiful. "For his career" or what's left of it ".
Morgan has since responded by bragging that the tweets made his name a global trend, inviting Grande to an interview on the air and defending his career. Anyway, that's enough Morgan for life. Moving in
"Thank U, Next", which was launched by surprise and generated memes, became the first Billboard Hot 100 No. 1 of Grande. In the days since it premiered in the first place, Grande has made fun of the recently wrapped video of the song that presents a variety of romantic comedy titans