The fans worry and Ariana Grandese defends herself: "I shouldn’t have to explain that"

The “thank u next” singer opened up in a three-minute TikTok video on Tuesday, urging her followers to be more mindful before sharing their opinion on others’ looks.

“The body you have been comparing my current body to I was the less healthy version of my body. She was taking a lot of antidepressants, drinking and eating poorly,” she explained.

“[Estaba] at the lowest point of my life when I looked the way you consider healthy, but in fact it was not healthy.”

The former “Victorious” member continued, “I know I shouldn’t have to explain that. But I feel like maybe having an opening and some kind of vulnerability here, something good could come out of it.”

Fans began commenting on Grande’s appearance after she Photos surfaced of her attending Jeff Goldblum’s concert in London last week.

She and her “Wicked” co-star, Cynthia Erivolooked glamorous as they came out in support of their friend, with Big bundled up in an oversized pink coat.

“Ariana Grande looks worryingly skinny,” one person tweeted in response to the images, while another chimed in: “Very controversial opinion but seriously she’s too skinny… I’m worried about her.”

Elsewhere in the TikTok clip, the “One Last Time” star said she thinks people

“There are ways to compliment someone or ignore something that you see you don’t like, which I think we should help each other with,” he said.

“We should aim to be safer and stay safer.”

Grande, who is currently filming the film adaptation of the Broadway musical “Wicked,” said “health can look different” on different people.

“You never know what someone is going through,” he said.

“So even if you come from a loving and supportive place, that person is probably working on it or has a support system that they are working on it with. Be kind to each other and to yourselves.”

He concluded the PSA by sharing a loving message to his fans.

“I think you’re beautiful. It doesn’t matter what you’re going through. It doesn’t matter your weight, it doesn’t matter how you like to do your makeup these days, it doesn’t matter what cosmetic procedures you’ve or haven’t had or anything,” she said.

The “7 Rings” singer has previously spoken about your fight against anxiety and depressionwith him post-traumatic stress disorder after the 2017 Manchester concert bombing that killed 22 people.