Ariana Grande Explains Why There Will Be Two “Dangerous Woman” Videos

Mike Wass | March 30, 2016 6:37 pm
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Earlier this week, Ariana Grande revealed that there will be two different “Dangerous Woman” videos. She now explains why (after from inflating VEVO numbers, that is). “We’re doing something weird,” the 22-year-old told fans. “We’re doing two visuals because this song makes me feel two kinds of ways, it makes me feel sexy and glamorous — I wanted to do a simpler more glam-themed video — and then I wanted to do another video because it makes me feel… like a super version of myself in a way.”

“It makes me feel like inside me is a black latex super-bunny woman,” she continued, referencing the cringeworthy cover art. “So there’s a simpler approach and there’s a weirder, more cinematic, conceptual, bizarre video. The two visuals will be out and the first one is coming very, very soon.” The first version is expected to arrive later this week. “Dangerous Woman” is currently perched at number 13 on the Billboard Hot 100.

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