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Ariana: Why THAT ponytail is permanent

Published 27/08/2015

Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande's hair is reportedly destroyed at the ends.

The pop babe is a known for her half-up half-down hairdo, which she can often be seen whipping around on stage.

Ariana is also an actress, and will next be appearing in Scream Queens. The series boasts an all-star cast, including Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis and Lea Michele. A show insider confides that the hair department are having a few problems with Ariana's locks.

"Her hair is a mess - what's left of it, anyway. It's destroyed at the ends, and the reason she scrapes it back into a high ponytail all the time is because it's kind of patchy on top," a source told American OK! magazine.

"Without extensions in, it's bad. Don't expect her with a new 'do any time soon."

Ariana herself has spoken about her hair problems, which she's revealed are from dyeing it red to play Cat on the Nickelodeon shows Victorious and Sam & Cat.

"It looks absolutely ratchet and absurd when I let it down," Ariana said last year on her Instagram account.

Luckily the 22-year-old looks great with her perma-ponytail, as the insider goes on to reveal Ariana is apprehensive about ever mixing her look up.

"She's scared that if she tries another style, the [patchy] areas will show. The only way to fix it would be to shave it off and start again, but she's not going to do that," the source said.

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