Ariana Grande reveals her 'unhealthiest' time and life to call out TikTok body shamers

Being in the public eye puts everything in your life under increased scrutiny, but Ariana Grande has no time for body shaming. The "Wicked " star took time off from filming her upcoming movie on April 11 and filmed a TikTok video in response to recent comments about her body. "I'm not good at it and I don't like it, but I just wanted to address your concerns about my body and talk about what it means to be a human being with a body and to be seen and have such close attention," she began Her video is over three minutes long.

The two-time Grammy winner explained that what is considered healthy is not the same for everyone, in response to people calling her too "skinny" or worried about her health. "There are so many different ways you can look healthy and beautiful," she said, reiterating that "health can look different." Grande talked about photos of her 2018 body compared to how she looks now, Fans called it "healthy," explaining that her 2018 self was the "unhealthiest version" of herself.

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"When I looked like what you would consider 'healthy,' I was taking a lot of antidepressants, drinking, eating terrible, and was at the lowest point in my life, but I was not healthy," she said. "I know I'm not supposed to explain this, but I do feel like maybe there's an openness and some vulnerability here...that might lead to some good, I don't know."

The 29-year-old singer's overall message to fans is that they're "not too comfortable" commenting on other people's bodies, regardless of their intentions. "If you think you're saying something good or well-intentioned, whatever it is, healthy, unhealthy, big, small, this, that, sexy, not sexy, I don't...we It shouldn't be," she said. "We should really try to avoid doing that. There are lots of ways to compliment someone or ignore something that you think you don't like, and I think we should all help each other."

Grande ended the video by encouraging her fans to be gentler with themselves and each other. "I think you're beautiful. No matter what you're going through," she said. "No matter what your weight is, no matter how you like to wear your makeup now, no matter if you've had any plastic surgery or whatever."