Ariana Grande Throws Diva Temper Tantrum Backstage After Humiliating Fall During Concert! (VIDEO)

Ariana Grande Throws Diva Temper Tantrum Backstage After Humiliating Fall During Concert! (VIDEO)

Ariana Grande threw a temper tantrum after she humiliated herself in front of an audience? No, you don’t say! It’s as though we’re receiving brand new information about the fact that Ariana Grande is a giant, screaming, diva. No wait, we’ve been hearing stories that support that for the past few months, at least.

According to a new report from Naughty Gossip, Ariana threw a Mariah Carey-esque temper tantrum after she took a very public fall at her recent concert in Toronto, Canada. Although the fall was clearly not that painful and only slightly humiliating, Ariana apparently treated it as though it had broken her vocal chords. Naughty Gossip’s source explains, “Ariana screamed when she got backstage after that number. It was one of those screech-like screams that only a 12-year-old girl could pull off – or a big diva. She kept telling her management that she couldn’t believe that happened. Everyone tried calming her but she wasn’t having any of it. Ariana threw a bitch fit.”

In other words, Ariana Grande acted exactly the way a five-year-old would have acted. Actually, scratch that. A five-year-old would have been more mature about it, especially since a child usually understands that a fall is not a big deal, in the larger scheme of things. Ariana is probably embarrassed and humiliated, and likely thinks the fall made her look bad. If that’s the case, she shouldn’t worry – her behavior is making her look much, much worse. In fact, I don’t think anyone will even remember the fall a few weeks from now, but I guarantee you, her diva behavior is quickly becoming infamous.

What do you guys think about Ariana Grande’s diva behavior? Do you think a fall during a performance warranted this kind of craziness, or is Ariana over-reacting – as usual? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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