Ariana Grande Channels Old Hollywood Glam on Complex Cover [PHOTO]
Ariana Grande, otherwise known as Nathan Sykes' GF, smolders, channeling Old Hollywood glam, thanks to her big waves, on the cover of Complex's December issue.The golden-voiced cutie spoke about recent experiences with a ghost or a demon or some otherworldly spirit in August. Yikes!
She's tempting a world we don't want to delve into, that's for sure.
Here's what happened. While in Kansas City, Grande and her pals went on an expedition and hit multiple haunted locations, like a castle and the Stull Cemetery. The latter is described as one of seven gates to hell on Earth.
It was not a fun experience for the petite vocal powerhouse, who said, "I felt this sick, overwhelming feeling of negativity over the whole car and we smelled sulfur, which is the sign of a demon. I was like, 'This is scary, let’s leave.'"
She continued, "I rolled down the window before we left and said, 'We apologize. We didn’t mean to disrupt your peace.' Then I took a picture and there are three super distinct faces in the picture—they’re faces of textbook demons." Uh, why take a pic after apologizing for causing a disruption? Why not just get the eff outta there and not create a further disturbance?
She deleted the photos after weird stuff began to happen – like hearing whispers and seeing red shapes when she closed her eyes. She also did not acknowledge it to avoid feeding the fear, since that's what these spirits feast on.
Apparently, Grande really believes in otherworldly spirits.
Luckily she has Nathan Sykes to protect her. Nariana are so cute together.
Grande also addressed the fact that she is not a sex symbol. The adorbs 'The Way' singer said, "I don’t see myself as sexy. And I’m not comfortable being sexy and dressing sexy. I don’t see myself ever becoming a sex symbol.'
We do love her cute, frilly party dresses, and so does she, since she doesn’t "feel comfortable flaunting my body that much yet. I don’t need to do that to show I’m grown up. I don’t want people to talk about my choices or how little I’m wearing. I just want the conversation to be about the music and what I’m creating."
We love Ariana Grande for not indulging the culture of oversharing and flashing her body.