Young superstar Ariana Grande has earned the "diva" label lately for her session with a professional photographer.
This beautiful young girl has a well-publicized fixation with her left side, reportedly refusing to ever be photographed from her right side. Why? Possibly because her right side doesn't have a dimple.
Her left side does.
But the problem isn't the fact that she demands photographers only photograph one side of her face. The problem is that she reportedly made a scene during a photo session, repeatedly asking to see every picture that had been taken. After a while, she supposedly asked to change clothes and demanded all the photos he'd taken be erased. He refused and walked out. One of her people chased him down, insisting the photographer delete those photos.
The singer/former Nickelodeon star denied the incident, but I believe it. If you have been around a young girl recently, you'll believe it, too. Just agree to take a young girl's photo and you'll go through exactly what Ariana Grande's photographer went through.
You snap a picture. They ask to see it. They tell you to erase it and take another one. This can go on for hours unless you put a stop to it. Ariana Grande is simply the product of a "duck face" generation. A generation that knows exactly how to stand to make themselves look as skinny as possible. A Facebook friend called it the "butterfly pose." The arms are the wings...
This generation has learned to control their photos. But professional photographers aren't proud, patient moms or friends. They are in charge of the photo session. So unless Ariana wants to learn how to take professional selfies...
She is likely going to have to grow up and let her picture be taken like a real celebrity.
What do you think of the way girls take pictures today?