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Ariana Grande Gets Advice From Miley Cyrus After Being Left 'Heartbroken' Over 'Diva' Label

The star was upset that she had been given that tag

Miley Cyrus proved to be an agony aunt for Ariana Grande after the star was left hurt about the fact that she was branded a diva. And it appears that Miley, who found fame from a young age thanks to the phenomena that was Disney Channel's Hannah Montana, said all the right things.
Ariana, who was targeted with claims that she was behaving like a diva recently amid the claims that her life coach quit because he couldn't "take it anymore" in terms of her alleged behaviour, opened up to how she felt about the tag and revealed that she sought advice from Miley about what to do. According to the Mirror, the 'Problem' hitmaker recalled the conversation she had, saying: "I was upset and I contacted Miley. I said, ‘Miley, I’m so sad – what do I do? This isn’t true. My heart is broken, I feel so bad'. She was like, ‘Girl, don’t even look at it. Just be happy that you’re blessed. You have family and friends love you, you have fans that love you who know what’s true and what’s not'."


Ariana went on to remember: “She added, ‘It will blow over and tomorrow they’ll be talking about something else.’ She lives for love and that’s something I do too. She has a beautiful spirit and she made me feel so much better.”
Ariana looked to Miley for some advice (WENN)
Understanding that rumours and claims will come and go, Ari, who recently confirmed her romance with Big Sean, said: “It’s hard, but it’s something that’s going to blow over. I try to separate my personal brain space from this. Whether it’s good or bad, there’s usually very little truth to what’s being said about me.
“I’ve been acting since I was 14. For this to come up so randomly was funny. And as someone who doesn’t take themselves seriously at all, it was left-field for me to see that stuff. Honestly, it’s fine, it’s blown over.”
And there was no sign of any diva behaviour when the star posed with fans and signed autographs during a visit to Paris.
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