Could Ariana Grande Really Have Balanced on That Stool? She Weighs In
It is a question that has relentlessly tripped up pop music fans since 2014 — how is Ariana Grande managing to balance on that stool in that position on that album cover? Finally, she speaks.
Over the past three years, avowed Arianators — even the most dextrous among them — have struggled to uncover a hard truth: Is that My Everything art real? It features Ari in a position that would have seasoned contortionists crying out in empathy-pain, and yesterday (October 16), fans far and wide decided to stop guessing and try to emulate the posture, themselves.
The results were…varied.
I've done the research and there's no way her ass is sitting on that stool. pic.twitter.com/AIGNpcJn6G
— Jesse McLaren (@McJesse) October 15, 2017
pretty hurts. I remade it because I strive for perfectionist pic.twitter.com/msiz4AIVPD
— kenny (@Slhut) October 16, 2017
She's lean and nimble, you're large and clunky. That's why she's the superstar.
— Raissa L (@raissa8888) October 15, 2017
— soumia♡ (@GrandeAdore_) October 16, 2017
— Shadow Bae (@StellarK22) October 16, 2017
Then, Ariana, herself weighed in on all the questioning and doubts.
next week on mythbusters https://t.co/1tgyXtfyC6
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) October 16, 2017
“next week on mythbusters,” she wrote, neither confirming nor denying that the image was real. “why don’t u try it and give us the results,” one follower challenged, while another simply observed “MY LEGS HURT.”
The ponytail has spoken.
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