Grande denies diva behaviour

A *riana Grande *has denied reports she scrapped her promotional schedule in Australia because she was unhappy with a photoshoot.

The Problem hitmaker, above, was reported to have stormed out of a photo session in Sydney because she was unimpressed with the pictures produced but Grande, who will allow snappers to picture her only from the left, is adamant there is no truth to the rumours.

"I did hear about something just 10 minutes ago that was totally untrue and very annoying . . . There's no record to set straight," she told Australian radio show Mike E & Emma. "It was just a photographer or something who got mad at me because I left to change my outfit mid-photoshoot because I didn't like my top and I was like 'Oh I'll be right back'. And then I came back and he had left and I was like 'Oh s…'. He's now . . . said all these ridiculous untrue things about me and I'm just like, you know what, that's not real, that's nonsense, my fans know who I am, my family knows who I am, my friends know who I am and that's all that matters."

Grande's manager, *Scooter Braun *, who also looks after *Justin Bieber *, defended her on Twitter, writing: "ArianaGrande is kind, caring, and more than anything she is a great human being. Some people make up rumours for a living . . . so . . . saying things about Ari comes with her now being a big star.

"But saying she isn't a good person that ain't gonna fly. There is zero truth to anything different. Enough is enough . . ."

Last month, Grande had to defend herself when a group of US fans accused her of being cold towards the crowd at a meet-and-greet session.

'My fans

know who I am, my family knows who I am, my friends know who I am and that's all that matters.'

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