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Ariana Grande explains voice change after viral video

Ariana Grande is setting things straight after a video went viral on social media highlighting her radical voice change within seconds.

The Evil Film star was recently interviewed by Pod crushed. In the TikTok video, Grande starts speaking in a deeper voice, but then suddenly breaks out and goes higher.

Since the video was posted a day ago, it has been viewed over 5 million times and reached Grande herself, who responded with an explanation as to the reason for the sudden voice change.

“Habit (of speaking like that for two years) and also vocal health,” Grande replied. “I often change my vocal pitch (high/low) intentionally depending on how much I sing. I've always done that, BYE.”

Ariana Grande explains voice change

Ariana Grande explains voice change

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Grande has had a busy year. The singer recently released her latest studio album titled Forget it!which she said came about during the strikes in Hollywood.

“I had no intention [make new music now]. I didn’t have the goal of making an album,” Grande said on the Zach Sang Show. “I was actually really against coming out with music until Evileither both parts or just one part. I wasn't sure how I would feel.”

But after a few studio sessions with Max Martin, the songs flowed and she has released three singles so far, including “Yes, And?”, “We Can't Be Friends” and “The Boy Is Mine”.

“It all just came out of me and after our first week together, I went into the studio by myself every day and it just kept happening naturally, so I just decided to respond to it and listen and I thought maybe it should come out if it's coming out of me like that,” she said. “Maybe it should be shared in this way.”

Later this year, Grande will star alongside Cynthia Erivo in the film adaptation of the musical Evil, in which she will play Glinda. The film, directed by Jon M. Chu, is scheduled to be released on November 27th.