ARIANA Grande has opened up about her weight loss after she was body-shamed by trolls.
Here’s everything you need to know about Ariana Grande’s weight loss.
What has Ariana Grande said about her weight loss?
Ariana Grande hit back at body shamers in an April 12, 2023, TikTok video.
She said: “I think we could be, 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, unhealthy, big, small, this, that, sexy, not sexy – we just shouldn’t.
“We should really work towards not doing that as much.”
Ariana added: “There are ways to compliment someone or to ignore something that you see that you don’t like that I think we should help each other work towards.
“Just to aim towards being safer and keeping each other safer.
“Personally, for me, the body that you’ve been comparing my current body to was the unhealthiest version of my body.
“I was on a lot of antidepressants, and drinking on them, and eating poorly, and at the lowest points of my life when I looked the way you consider ‘my healthy,’ but that in fact wasn’t my healthy.”
The star went on to remind her 30 million TikTok followers that they “never know” what someone is going through at any given time and insisted that everyone is “beautiful” no matter what.
She said: “You never know what someone is going through, so even if you are coming from a loving place and a caring place, that person probably is working on it or has a support system they are working on it with.
“You’re beautiful no matter what phase you’re in… no matter what weight, no matter how you like to do your makeup these days, no matter what cosmetic procedures you’ve had or not, or anything.
“I just think you’re beautiful and wanted to share some feelings.”
What medical condition does Ariana Grande have?
Ariana has revealed she suffers from anxiety, depression and PTSD.
She canceled a number of meet and greets during her 2019 tour after having panic attacks.
The star was diagnosed with PTSD in 2018 after a terrorist killed 22 people at her concert in Manchester in northern England in 2017.
PTSD is an anxiety disorder caused by intensely stressful, frightening or distressing events.
People affected by the condition are often forced to relive a traumatic event from their past, such as through a series of nightmares and flashbacks.
They may also experience feelings of isolation, guilt, irritability, insomnia, and a lack of concentration.
In many cases, these symptoms have a serious impact on the person’s day-to-day life.
It can also affect a person’s ability to drive – so sufferers should inform the DMV of their conditions.
PTSD was officially recognised as a mental health condition by American psychiatrists in 1980.
The first cases of post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) were documented during the First World War, between 1914 and 1918.
Soldiers developed “shell shock” due to the harrowing conditions in the trenches, and witnessing the horrors of war.