Ariana Grande on Cyberbullies: "I Always See Tweets and Comments That Are Negative and Horrible"

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Celebs are victims of bullying--especially cyberbullying--too. Celebs are victims of bullying--especially cyberbullying--too.

We got the chance to sit down on the set of the Nickelodeon TV movie Swindle and talk to Ariana Grande about the tough topic of bullying. Ariana reveals, "It's so hard for me to talk about it because I know exactly what it feels like."

Ariana, like most teens, is obsessed with social media. "I always see tweets and comments that are negative and horrible," says the 19-year-old actress. "It's hard not to second guess yourself when you see people are picking on you."

But she has figured out how to cope and gives some great advice (above). "You really have to try your hardest not to [let it get to you]," says Ariana, who wrote an article on Huffington Post after a fan took their own life after being bullied." There's always going to be somebody who doesn't like you. You can't help it."

For more words of wisdom, see what Demi Lovato, Lindsey Shaw and real teens have to say about bullying.


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