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Ariana Grande might be one of Hollywood’s new favorite “it” girls, but there are some who aren’t feeling it.

In the newest February issue of Teen Vogue which she covers, the Yours Truly singer talks dealing with some of her haters and what it’s like to get hate online:

“I’m a lot [more shy] than people think. I don’t go online when I’m dealing with sh*t. This is a very amazing time in my life, but also the most stressful. I’m adjusting and I’m learning. For a very long time it affected me. And I was like, ‘But they don’t know the story!’ or ‘But they don’t know me!’”

Her friends apparently helped her with some great advice:

“My friends were like, ‘That’s the thing. They don’t know you and they never will. You can’t let a 12-year-old in Minnesota ruin your day.’”

Despite the fact that she’s able to deal with her haters better now, she might want to watch out for Miley Cyrus who recently brought up her name in a NY Times interview.

She said in the excerpt:

“I don’t have a bunch of celeb friends, because I feel like some of them are a little scared of the association. This is terrible. I was backstage with Ariana Grande. I’m like, ‘Walk out with me right now and get this picture, and this will be the best thing that happens to you, because just you associating with me makes you a little less sweet.'”

Miley goes on:

“Exactly. She’s trying. I see her wearing the shorter things. She comes in, and she goes, “This made me feel like you.” And I’m like, “That was like my sixth grade prom dress.” She’s, I think, still on Nickelodeon. She has people that she has to kind of respect.”

Hmm, could that be a little too much shade to be friendly?

What do you guys think of Miley’s comments at Ariana?

SOURCE: Teen Vogue/NY Times  | PHOTO CREDIT: Teen Vogue

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