Ariana Grande's forehead was roasted by fans on Twitter and she wasn't having it

23 October 2018, 15:23

Ariana Grande forehead
Picture: Jesse Grant/Getty Images for iHeartMedia/via Instagram

By Katie Louise Smith

Brendon Urie, whose forehead has been roasted by fans on social media for years, sent a hilarious message of solidarity in response to Ariana's savage tweet.

Ariana Grande returned to social media yesterday (Oct 22) after announcing that she would be taking a lil' break following her break-up with Pete Davidson. The break didn't last long before Ariana decided to get back in conversation with her fans. Yesterday (Oct 22), she posted a string of tweets and shared a cute selfie on Instagram - which immediately got roasted by fans.

Here it is, the picture in question. It's cute right!? She looks great, healthy... it's always nice to see Ms Grande back on form. But a lot of people had a lot to say about said picture... specifically about her forehead.

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After posting the picture, fans immediately took to the comment section - and to Twitter - to roast Ariana over how her forehead looks in the picture and you know what, some people were hella shady.

Following the absolutely wild and unjust commentary about her PERFECTLY FINE forehead, Ariana changed the caption of her Insta pic to: 'IM SRY AB MY FOREHEAD' and even tweeted about all the tweets (and later deleted it.)

Her current mood? SICK OF YA TWEETS! She wrote: "also i see some of y'all making fun of my forehead! sorry i have a big forehead! at least i'm cute and don't make fun of other ppl's foreheads! suck my dick! ttyl"

Ariana Grande deleted forehead tweet
Ariana Grande tweeted and deleted a tweet about people making fun of her forehead. Picture: Twitter

Ariana took to Twitter to speak about her forehead one more time, in a now deleted tweet saying: “My session got moved til later so i’m back n wanted to say ily one more time even tho y’all hate my forehead,” which gained some unexpected support from two music legends who are also often roasted by fans on social media over the size of their foreheads.

Both Pete Wentz and Brendon Urie echoed Ariana's statements, with Pete writing "Feel like I ghost wrote this tweet" and Brendon chiming in with a "Honestly dude, same."

Well, you know what they say about big foreheads... GOOD MUSIC.