Surprise, surprise: Ariana Grande doesn't want to talk about her love life.
Though it's no secret the diva-in-training is dating Big Sean, she's not ready to discuss the details of their fledgling romance. Before the 21-year-old singer performed "Problem," "Break Free" and "Bang Bang" on NBC's Today Friday, Matt Lauer asked Grande if "anyone" has captured her attention in Hollywood. "Oh my goodness," she said. Grande then teased Lauer, asking, "Has anybody captured your attention?"
"Yeah, I've been married for 15 years!" he replied.
"Same!" Grande joked. "I just haven't told anybody!"
Lauer didn't let up. "Oh, my goodness! Y'all are putting me on the spot," Grande said. "I'm happy."
With My Everything topping the charts in 80 countries, Grande was also asked how she stays grounded. "I spend a lot of time with my family. I'm very grateful for my fans and everything. It's like a blessing," the singer explained. "I think I just have to constantly remind myself how lucky I am to do what I love."
Like everyone, she's had her share of struggles over the years.
"I feel like growing up everybody goes through the same sort of insecurities and things like that. My family really helped me through a lot of that. I know I say that just about with every answer, but staying close with my family and my friends, that really was the most helpful to me," Grande said. "It puts things in perspective. It reminds you of what's real and what's nonsense and what not to pay attention to."
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