Ariana Grande admits her iconic ponytail leaves her in 'constant pain'
6 November 2018, 17:02 | Updated: 6 November 2018, 17:16
Her hair is full of secrets and she's finally spilled the tea.
There's only three things guaranteed in life – death, taxes and Ariana Grande's high ponytail. The Thank U, Next singer's iconic hairstyle has become almost as famous as she is. Ari is rarely seen without her trademark do, so when Camila Cabello tried out the style, there was only one person she could possibly contact for help.
The Havana singer rocked a sky-high ponytail for Sunday night's MTV Europe Music Awards. However, she soon learned that taking on such a style requires a different kind of dedication. Camilla – who won four awards at the ceremony – revealed just how painful it was on Twitter and reached out to the queen of ponytails herself for advice.
Also, will you be my wife again @arianagrande— camila (@Camila_Cabello) November 4, 2018
Ariana then admitted that beauty doesn't come pain-free.
well u actually have hair so that prolly makes it a lil more painful ..... nah jk i’m in constant pain always and don’t care at all— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) November 4, 2018
and also ...... i never thought you’d ask. come home bb girl.— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) November 4, 2018
Camila couldn't even hack the ponytail and eventually had to free herself.
I had to take it off #thankunext 🙄💅💅💅💅💅 pic.twitter.com/TP5kKqU8KZ— camila (@Camila_Cabello) November 4, 2018
I’m literally never doing that hairstyle again. https://t.co/lctN9cjEHZ— camila (@Camila_Cabello) November 4, 2018
Sadly, there was no such relief for Ari. She's committed to that ponytail.
MUST BE NICE *crying and smiling*— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) November 4, 2018
Surely it's time to give yourself a break now, girl?
Ariana's hair has been a talking point since her musical career breakthrough. Back in 2010, Ariana began playing redhead Cat Valentine on Nickelodeon's series, Victorious. But the constant bleaching ruined her locks, so she adopted the ponytail style and it stuck. And years on her ponytail seems here to stay. Long live the mane, we say.