Ariana Grande's voice evolution is going viral, people can't believe it
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Best known for being one of the world's leading figures in music, Ariana Grande has now become viral for something other than her musical capabilities.
Fans have started to notice a clear change in the 29-year-old's voice throughout the years following video showing the evolution of her speech in interviews.
First entering the public eye back in 2010 after playing Cat Valentine in Nickelodeon's Victorious, the Thank U, Next singer was quick to make an impression on fans with her bright red hair, incredible ballads and trademark high pitched voice.
While the voice of Cat was just for character and not her actual voice, interview footage from just a few years later in 2013 show Ariana Grande speaking in not too dissimilar of a manner.
Flash-forward to 2014 and Grande's voice noticeably drops to a lower, more raspier tone.
Throughout 2016 and 2017, the American singer's voice continues to remain lower-pitched until 2018 which arguably saw the biggest change in her voice.
While it is fair to say that voices can change, especially over a nine-year time scale, many TikTok users have commented on not only the pitch of Grande's voice changing but the accent itself too, namely regarding the clip from a 2018 interview.
The TikTok has since received 3.1 million views, nearly half a million likes and thousands of comments from eager fans rushing to share their opinions on the voice evolution.
"I'm an Ariana stan and even I can say 2018 was wild," commented one TikTok user.
A second also picked up on the 2018 voice with: "2018 had me cackling."
"2018 was crazy," posted a third.
After 2018, Grande's voice seems to immediately go back to a higher-pitch and faster rhythm until the 2022 clip which shows fans a whole-new intonation altogether.
"Why does 2022 sound so off," wrote one person.
A second added: "What on earth is 2022???"
And TikTok isn't the only platform to have picked up on Ariana Grande's alleged change in voice and dialect as there is now an entire a Reddit forum full of comments surrounding the reposted video.
"Me trying out customer service voices for my job lmao," one Reddit user joked.
Another wrote: "She sounds very similar in all except 2018 and 2022 [which] took me by surprise!"