Ariana Grande baffles fans as she appears to accidentally reveal her ‘real’ voice mid-interview

Ariana Grande stunned her fans when she seemingly revealed her “real” voice in the middle of an interview, only to quickly switch back to a voice she puts on.

In a very Paris Hilton-esque move, the singer was seen naturally slipping into her lower vocal range during a podcast interview with Penn Badgely’s Podcrushed.

As she laughed and joked, the pop star sounded noticeably deeper than usual.

But then an expression seemed to flash across her face before she audibly changed the pitch of her voice, falling back to a much higher, softer tone reminiscent of old Hollywood.

Fans flooded in with comments sharing their surprise, with one responding to a viral clip on Twitter, saying: “She really is the Paris Hilton of the music industry because most people don’t know that deep voice is her real voice.”

“It’s like she’s using her customer service voice, it’s so bizarre,” laughed another, and a third commented: “What’s going on here is so embarrassing!”

“I really want to know what her real voice is like because I miss the old one,” complained another.

Some fans said that Ariana would probably fall back into the voice she used for her role as Glinda in Evil while filming took place over the last two years.

“I know she can’t wait for Wicked to come out so she can stop talking like Glinda. She’s sick of that voice,” said one fan, further teasing, “She’s stuck with the Christian Bale of method acting.”

In preparation for her new film, Grande has paused the release of a new album for the role, which she calls the performance of a lifetime.

“Every piece of me, every minute, every ounce of my heart, my time, everything I can give… I spend all my time with Glinda,” she previously said on her YouTube channel REM Beauty. “So I have my hands full.”

“I know the material like the back of my hand, but I still have so much to learn,” she added of her role. “I’ve prepared pretty intensively for it.”

Wicked: Part One will be released in November 2024, while Second part will be published a year later.

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