Ariana Grande on 'Put Your Hearts Up' Music Video Debut: 'The whole thing was straight out of hell'
By Diadem Pambid | May 24, 2014 9:40 AM EST
Ariana Grande is facing immense praise for her latest single "Problem." This has certainly been a big step for the Nickelodeon star that first made her music video debut entitled "Put Your Hearts Up." However, according to Grande the said debut single was something "straight out of hell."
Singer Ariana Grande accepts the Kohl's new artist of the year award at the 41st American Music Awards in Los Angeles, California November 24, 2013. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson
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If other singers would love to recall their first video debut, the same can't be said for Ariana Grande. For one, the music video for "Put Your Hearts Up" is one memory she'd like hidden forever. Why so?
"For the video, they gave me a bad spray tan and put me in a princess dress and had me frolic around the street. The whole thing was straight out of hell," stated Grande (via MTV), adding, "I still have nightmares about it, and I made them hide it on my Vevo page."
For those who have yet seen Grande's debut music video, check it out below.
Fast forward now, Grande is working on the official music video of her latest hit single, "Problem." In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, the 20-year old talked about the other songs set to be included in her second album.
"No I think everybody is going to be shocked," shares Grande. "I tried so many new things. I feel like I reinvented without doing anything that's not genuine to who I am as a person."
In addition, the former red-head singer talked about the bigger message of the acclaimed "song of the summer."
"Everybody has trouble with confidence these days. All these young girls hate themselves, and these women have horrible relationships with men. And men too! We all go through it. 'Problem' is such an IDGAF song that makes everybody feel great."
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