Ariana Grande Leaked Nude Pictures Goes Viral : What is Truth Behind The Photos?

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By Sonalee singh | April 1, 2014 10:00 PM EST

Ariana Grande's fans woke up on April Fool's Day, April 01, to find that Grande's nude photos have gone viral. The black and white pictures feature Grande at the beach, allegedly wearing nothing. The photos sent her fans into a frenzy. However, it is now confirmed that Grande's photos were fake and it was just a April Fool's Day prank.

The topic #ArianaNudeLeaked started trending on twitter on March 31st. Numerous fans linked the Grande nude pics to the hashtag. However, the truth behind Grande's nude picture was soon disclosed when many fans tweeted that Grande 's racy pictures were a part of April Fool's Day gag.

Grande has not give any statement, denying that photoshopped pictures are hers. This can be seen as a classy reponse to the mischief-makers.

Grande has always maintained a classy and non- controversial persona and has proven, through her conduct, that there are better ways to grab attention, and not go nude to hit the headlines. At the recent Kids Choice awards, Grande arrived in her signature style, wearing yellow mini dress. She looked stunning at the orange carpet of the Nickelodeon awards, grabbing quite a few eyeballs. Interestingly, Grande sat beside Selena Gomez at the awards. The two are seen as rivals. Grande has done quite a few tours with Bieber and fans wonder what the two beauties talked about while sitting beside each other.

Did Gomez give love advice to Grande? Well Gomez is basking in the glory of her re-ignited romance with Bieber and it will not come as a  surprise if she had given a tip or two to Grande about how to win a man.

Grande last dated "The Wanted" singer, Nathan Sykes. However, the couple split within a few months of romancing each other.

Let us know what do you think about Ariana Grande Nude pics  scandal. Do you think the April Fool prank went too far?

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