Ariana Grande Dishes On Kabbalah & Her Fans At The EMAs

Ariana Grande was a backstage correspondent at the 2013 MTV EMAs in Amsterdam on Sunday (November 10).

She tweeted: “Ariana Grande Always have the same hair & make up… Same awkward smile… And the same sleepy eyes… But hey. That’s me. Thank you #EMA for an incredibly fun night.”

She also posed with Katy Perry and Iggy Azalea.

The 20-year-old gave an interview with Guilty Pleasures while backstage at the EMAs. She said she is now practicing Kabbalah.

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She said, “I was born Roman Catholic but I lost faith when the Pope decided to tell me everything I loved and believed in was wrong,’ said Grande, who added she started losing her faith when the Vatican apparently started criticizing her favorite cartoons.

“[The church] said Spongebob Squarepants is gay and he’s a sinner and he should burn in hell. And Harry Potter was a sin. And working women. I was like “Enough! First the gays, then Spongebob and now Harry Potter? Get out my house!” I was not having it. And the working woman thing? It was a moment for me. I needed something else to believe in.”

She added,”‘It is the practice of being a good person and how that will manifest good things in your life. People don’t really realize that if you are kind you can make all sorts of things happen for you.”

Talking about her success in Europe she said it’s “been crazy!”

“London, Paris and Berlin have been crazy! We got mobbed in Paris. [My creative director] lost his soya latte in the crowd, I lost my mom. I was like “where is my mom? Can y’all calm down?” My videographer Jones and my guitarist got lost in the mob. It was crazy. But that’s one way to die, huh? Death by love via Parisian fans!”

The Sam & Cat star is now back in America. On Monday (November 11) she told fans: “I’m so happy to be hommmmeeeeee.”

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