On September 21st, a very detailed interview of Ryan Murphy & Ariana Grande was published on V Magazine, and they talk about so many things, including Scream Queens, Moonlight, making scary movies together, Big Sean + SO MUCH MORE! There are also HQ photos of her photoshoot with Alfredo Flores posted. Check out the photos and interview below!

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RYAN MURPHY Are you ready for my hard-hitting questions, honey?

ARIANA GRANDE I am very ready.

RM I miss you! Tell me, how has Scream Queens been going? Is it what you thought it was going to be?

AG It’s a lot more fun than I thought it was going to be. Because usually…I like acting, but I don’t like it as much as I love singing. When I showed up for my first week on set, I didn’t even want to leave. It was so much fun! It’s more than I thought it would be and I love it!

RM Well, you’re great in it and I’m glad you’re doing so many episodes. It was so fun to meet you and direct you in that first episode. I always knew you could act, of course, but I was very impressed with your technique. I wouldn’t say you’re a method actress, but you cried instantly really well. You have a great access to your emotional life that I think is quite fantastic. Good for you, lady!

AG Well thank you! I was very nervous and excited to work with you because I’m a really big fan. But everyone’s been very welcoming and has made me feel right at home so it’s nice.

RM On set, you and I were talking about your new album and you were playing me tracks. Tell me about the Moonlight experience.

AG Well, Moonlight is very honest and very special to me. I feel like this is the most personal music I’ve made, by far. I’m very proud of it and I’m very excited. It’s scary…it’s vulnerable and kind of terrifying.

RM Well, everybody at this point knows that you’ve gone through a high-profile breakup this year. Some of the stuff you’ve been going through in your personal life, have you written songs about it? Any cathartic power anthems?

AG You know, people found out quite a while after it actually happened. By the time I was writing the new album, I had kind of moved on. It’s not going to be captured on the album too much. I’m in a happy place. There aren’t any breakup anthems because I had moved on. I was like, alright. Well, fuck it.

RM From what I remember, it sounds very romantic and adult. It felt like a real leap forward in your artistic life, like you’re becoming more of a woman. Do you feel that about the album?

AG Yeah I actually do feel that way. I’m really glad that’s what you took away from it. I’ve been feeling a lot more empowered, and grown up, and independent. I think that’s part of the reason I didn’t want to make a pissed-off break-up song. I was not focused on that. Everything is nice and great right now…why would I write about some bullshit? I’d rather write about some really lovely things that are going on.

RM Well, that’s one thing I love about you. The first time I met you, you came into my office. It was the fall, it was cold, and you were wearing high heels and a onesy and you sat down. Usually when I meet young people, I feel like a father figure, in a weird way, because of the age difference. But you started talking about spirituality and Kabbalah and really fantastic emotional things, and I felt like you were almost my teacher!

AG Really? That’s the cutest thing ever!

RM Yeah!

AG I’ll be your teacher, Ryan.

RM You also swear like a sailor, and you feel like a really old soul to me.

AG Well thank you! I take that as a compliment. I do feel like I’m an old soul. I don’t know why. My Kabbalah teacher, Ruthie, also tells me I’m a very old soul. So I believe it. I’ve been around the block.

RM I love that you cut through the bullshit. Even when I was directing you, there’s such a shortcut to your emotional life. You don’t need a lot of handholding or a lot of explanation. You tune directly into the truth. You’re not just a singer and a dancer, you’re also an actress. The Barbra Streisand comparison comes up a lot, as somebody who can do a lot of different things. Do you see yourself going in that direction?

AG Barbra Streisand’s career is definitely one that I would like to aim toward, just because she did everything! I want to be able to do everything. I mean, she’s Barbra Streisand!

RM It’s hard to have a “look” that becomes iconic. Very few people do it well. Talk to me about this high ponytail, because it has a life of its own! I did get the honor of feeling the high pony, and it’s heavy. Tell me about that. People are obsessed with it!

AG [laughs.] Is it heavy? That’s hilarious. I have no idea. Honestly, I wasn’t expecting it to become a thing. I wasn’t expecting to ever have a signature look. But it became one. It’s just what I’m comfortable with and what works for me. I had to dye my hair red for a TV show when I was younger, but before that I always had my hair half-up and half-down in a ponytail. It’s how I’ve been comfortable since I was 12 years old.

RM Did you know that I got death threats from people who wrote me on Twitter that if I dared to make you cut the high pony for your role on Scream Queens that I would be killed?

AG That’s hilarious. You need to wear a high pony one day. We’ll wear matching high ponies.

RM They were kind of vicious. Now, every generation has people that the media label as divas. You are a strong young woman and you sort of handle your own career. Nobody gives you shit or tells you what to do. But the media has translated that into, Oh, Ariana’s a diva. I’m here to say that’s not true. I’ve worked with a lot of actresses and a lot of times they do their scene and flee back to the trailer and they’re treated a certain way. You’re not that way at all.

AG It’s sort of the media’s job to make things up in order to keep their audience interested. In a way, I kind of understand them. But I don’t really look at the Internet anymore. The only reason I go on is to post things for my fans. I don’t read anything anymore because I came to an understanding that, okay, sometimes these people are going to say nice things, and sometimes they’re going to say fake things because they need to keep their readers curious and interested.

RM Well, I’m here to tell people you’re not a diva at all. In fact, you are the most down to earth person…your mom was around on set, she’s a ball, I love her. You’re sort of the most cool girl to hang with. I was obsessed with how everybody kept telling me that Ariana would be carried from her trailer to the set by her bodyguard. I’m like…that’s not true! She’s not carried around! Where did that ridiculous thing come from?

AG I posted a picture with my friend Gryphon carrying me after a video shoot because I was doing pointe. At this point I hadn’t done pointe in like, five years. So I was up on my box all day on a 15-hour shoot, and to go from not doing pointe for five years to being on your tippy-toes for a 15-hour shoot day, you’re pretty much fucked at the end of the day. My friend Gryphon was carrying me and I posted a cute picture of it. So of course the media turned it into some evil thing. But hey, Gryphon and I had a good laugh about it.

RM How do you dance in those enormous heels that you wear? Is that a special discipline?

AG My brother Frankie taught me!

RM I love that. I love Frankie. You know, when I was a journalist I had one of the very last interviews with Bette Davis, and she said, “if they don’t imitate you, then you haven’t done your job.” So, hats off to you Ariana, because you really have created an iconic image for yourself.

AG Well thank you! And I love Bette Davis.

RM You are a role model for young people and I love that you’ve been so supportive of the gay community. When the Supreme Court ruled that all gay people can get married in this country, you were one of the first people to send out all that inspiring social media. Tell me about your love of the LGBTQ community.

AG I mean, here’s the thing: I wasn’t raised in a household where it was considered abnormal to be gay. So for me to meet people who use the word “faggot” as an insult, with a derogatory meaning, I can’t take it. I don’t understand it. It’s so foreign to me. I was raised in a household where being gay was like, the most normal thing. You know, my brother is gay, all of my best friends are gay. When my brother came out of the closet, it wasn’t a big deal for my family. Even my grandpa, who is like, super old-school, was like, Good for you! It’s outrageous to me when I see people hate on someone because of their sexuality. I hate the intolerance. I hate the judgment. I hate it so much. Most of my favorite people in my life are gay. It’s something I’m super passionate about, because whenever I would see my friends get bullied, or my brother get hurt for his sexuality, I would become a raging lunatic. I would literally become a raging lunatic because I just can’t take it. When you see someone you love hurting, for such a superficial, bullshit reason, it’s like, how small and spiritually unenlightened and dumb as fuck can a person be? How much further can your head get up your ass that you’re actually judging someone as a person based on their sexuality before you even have a conversation with them?

RM You know, you remind me of Madonna in that regard, because Madonna also has a gay brother, and she used her forum to promote [acceptance]. I know you also have a strong feeling about Madonna. You and I have that in common, we talk about her a lot.

AG Yes, I love Madonna and I love our shared love for Madonna as well. We can just talk about her for hours together, while we’re making our scary movies together…coming up!

RM Well, I can’t wait until people find out about the movie stuff you and I have been putting together. That’s going to be announced…

AG I know, me neither! We should make subliminal Madonna references throughout the film. I love Madonna. I met her a few times and she was so overwhelmingly kind and sweet, and down to earth, and motherly. She’s very, very maternal. I practice Kabbalah as well, so that was one of the first things she mentioned, because I had my Zohar in my pocket. She may have noticed, maybe not, but she brought it up. And we danced together at her Oscar party. That’s all I can ever ask for. She inspires me endlessly. I’m so inspired by her fearlessness…Like, this is me, and if you don’t like it, go fuck yourself. That’s so cool, you know? So many people are afraid to be themselves and say what they believe in. For a long time, I feel like I was as well. I’m not anymore. But it takes a lot of growing up to really embrace yourself and embrace your voice, and say, Hey, why am I doing this? Am I doing this because I want to stand on stage with a pretty ponytail and sing pretty songs? Or am I doing this because I want to entertain and I want to say something that will help a lot of people? Do I want to use my voice to help as many people as I can? It takes a certain amount of bravery and growth to get there.

RM How far would you go to use sexuality in your work? You’re very polite and ladylike in how you conduct yourself in the world. You have great manners. But then everybody knows you swear like a sailor. [Laughs.] It’s hilarious.

AG It depends on the day. Some days I feel more comfortable using sexuality in my work, and then some days I feel like being a little more reserved. I think that’s why I’m in the middle of this whole conversation of, what is she? Is she a good girl or is she a bad girl? I think that I’m both. I don’t need to be either. I don’t need to be a pop princess who is America’s sweetheart or the next rebellious, wild, young thing. I don’t need to pick or choose. I can show skin and swear like a sailor but also be a good role model. I think that I’m a good person. I don’t think cursing makes you a bad person. I don’t think showing skin or kissing boys makes you a bad person. I don’t think that expressing sexuality makes you a bad person at all. I don’t think that’s bad…I think it’s great! We need to encourage each other to do what we want and not let it totally define us. You know? The things that people think define them aren’t valid either. You could see a girl who’s completely covered head-to-toe and who looks like the sweetest little thing in the world, and she could be the most horrendous human being on the planet inside.

RM That’s a very strong message for women, about sexual empowerment without it being gross, or lurid, or vulgar. I think people underestimate the subliminal power in your lyrics. If you listen to the lyrics of a lot of your songs, particularly after they’ve become big hits, they are really sexual and they’re done in a strong, unapologetic way.

AG Well thank you! I’m glad you picked that up.

RM I think most people don’t pick that up about you. They see the cute babydoll look in the videos, but your message and your music really does tell young women that they’re in charge of their own sexuality, and that they’re no man’s fool, and don’t need a man to feel good, in a way.

AG Wow! I love that you’re saying all of these things right now! It makes me feel really, really happy. I wrote something a little while ago, about what it’s like to constantly be attached to a man in the media, and how I’m not Sean’s ex. I would prefer to be referred to as just Ariana. But then some people were being like, what a hypocrite, because now she has a new boyfriend. But they’re still missing the point. It doesn’t matter whether I’m on my own or not. Whatever I decide to do with my body, with my heart, and with my life, I can still be my own person.

RM But no one would say those things if you were a man. So many young women who start off as a success are just beaten down by the double standard that is never applied to men.

AG Oh my god, of course not!

RM When you came to film the first episode of Scream Queens, you had just been through this headline-making breakup. But instead of weeping, and running around crying, you had such a great sense of, This is okay, I learned a lot from it, and I’m moving on and ready to go. You’re all about moving on. Do you think that’s true?

AG I’m good at making the best out of something. It also wasn’t that hard for me, because we were friends. So it’s chill.

RM What would you tell a young woman of your age, very succinctly, if they go through a breakup, what’s the best thing to do to get over it?

AG I have no breakup advice. Good luck!

RM [Laughs.] I like that you’re a role model but you never for a second pretend to tell people what to do…unlike some people.

AG I’m not going to pretend I have great breakup advice. It’s hard. Good luck. You’ll be fine. You don’t need anyone. It’s nice to have someone that makes you happy, but it’s nice to be happy on your own as well. You don’t need to depend on another person for your happiness. That person can contribute to your happiness, but you’re two whole beings on your own. You can make each other glow, like you just ran through one of those rainbow stars in Mario Brothers, but you’re still completely capable, sufficient, and beautiful, and can be happy on your own. That’s my breakup advice! There you go! I got it!

RM Remember when we were coming up with the most amazing names for your new fragrance? Did you ever settle on one?

AG Yes, it’s called “Ari”…because every other name on earth was taken! [Laughs.] Sorry Ryan! “Dream Wish” or whatever you wanted it to be called was taken. But it worked out because it’s a very personal thing. It’s my first fragrance. I wanted it to be as simple as possible, so I just went with Ari because that’s my nickname everybody calls me.

RM Well the boys on set came up with some great X-rated titles for your fragrances, so one day you and I should reveal what some of those titles were. They were so good and so funny.

AG The dirty perfume names we were coming up with?

RM Yeah! You remember…

AG I don’t think we can reveal those!

RM You’re right…some things are too X-rated.

RYAN MURPHY Are you ready for my hard-hitting questions, honey?

ARIANA GRANDE I am very ready.

RM I miss you! Tell me, how has Scream Queens been going? Is it what you thought it was going to be?

AG It’s a lot more fun than I thought it was going to be. Because usually…I like acting, but I don’t like it as much as I love singing. When I showed up for my first week on set, I didn’t even want to leave. It was so much fun! It’s more than I thought it would be and I love it!

RM Well, you’re great in it and I’m glad you’re doing so many episodes. It was so fun to meet you and direct you in that first episode. I always knew you could act, of course, but I was very impressed with your technique. I wouldn’t say you’re a method actress, but you cried instantly really well. You have a great access to your emotional life that I think is quite fantastic. Good for you, lady!

AG Well thank you! I was very nervous and excited to work with you because I’m a really big fan. But everyone’s been very welcoming and has made me feel right at home so it’s nice.

RM On set, you and I were talking about your new album and you were playing me tracks. Tell me about the Moonlight experience.

AG Well, Moonlight is very honest and very special to me. I feel like this is the most personal music I’ve made, by far. I’m very proud of it and I’m very excited. It’s scary…it’s vulnerable and kind of terrifying.

RM Well, everybody at this point knows that you’ve gone through a high-profile breakup this year. Some of the stuff you’ve been going through in your personal life, have you written songs about it? Any cathartic power anthems?

AG You know, people found out quite a while after it actually happened. By the time I was writing the new album, I had kind of moved on. It’s not going to be captured on the album too much. I’m in a happy place. There aren’t any breakup anthems because I had moved on. I was like, alright. Well, fuck it.

RM From what I remember, it sounds very romantic and adult. It felt like a real leap forward in your artistic life, like you’re becoming more of a woman. Do you feel that about the album?

AG Yeah I actually do feel that way. I’m really glad that’s what you took away from it. I’ve been feeling a lot more empowered, and grown up, and independent. I think that’s part of the reason I didn’t want to make a pissed-off break-up song. I was not focused on that. Everything is nice and great right now…why would I write about some bullshit? I’d rather write about some really lovely things that are going on.

RM Well, that’s one thing I love about you. The first time I met you, you came into my office. It was the fall, it was cold, and you were wearing high heels and a onesy and you sat down. Usually when I meet young people, I feel like a father figure, in a weird way, because of the age difference. But you started talking about spirituality and Kabbalah and really fantastic emotional things, and I felt like you were almost my teacher!

AG Really? That’s the cutest thing ever!

RM Yeah!

AG I’ll be your teacher, Ryan.

RM You also swear like a sailor, and you feel like a really old soul to me.

AG Well thank you! I take that as a compliment. I do feel like I’m an old soul. I don’t know why. My Kabbalah teacher, Ruthie, also tells me I’m a very old soul. So I believe it. I’ve been around the block.

RM I love that you cut through the bullshit. Even when I was directing you, there’s such a shortcut to your emotional life. You don’t need a lot of handholding or a lot of explanation. You tune directly into the truth. You’re not just a singer and a dancer, you’re also an actress. The Barbra Streisand comparison comes up a lot, as somebody who can do a lot of different things. Do you see yourself going in that direction?

AG Barbra Streisand’s career is definitely one that I would like to aim toward, just because she did everything! I want to be able to do everything. I mean, she’s Barbra Streisand!

RM It’s hard to have a “look” that becomes iconic. Very few people do it well. Talk to me about this high ponytail, because it has a life of its own! I did get the honor of feeling the high pony, and it’s heavy. Tell me about that. People are obsessed with it!

AG [laughs.] Is it heavy? That’s hilarious. I have no idea. Honestly, I wasn’t expecting it to become a thing. I wasn’t expecting to ever have a signature look. But it became one. It’s just what I’m comfortable with and what works for me. I had to dye my hair red for a TV show when I was younger, but before that I always had my hair half-up and half-down in a ponytail. It’s how I’ve been comfortable since I was 12 years old.

RM Did you know that I got death threats from people who wrote me on Twitter that if I dared to make you cut the high pony for your role on Scream Queens that I would be killed?

AG That’s hilarious. You need to wear a high pony one day. We’ll wear matching high ponies.

RM They were kind of vicious. Now, every generation has people that the media label as divas. You are a strong young woman and you sort of handle your own career. Nobody gives you shit or tells you what to do. But the media has translated that into, Oh, Ariana’s a diva. I’m here to say that’s not true. I’ve worked with a lot of actresses and a lot of times they do their scene and flee back to the trailer and they’re treated a certain way. You’re not that way at all.

AG It’s sort of the media’s job to make things up in order to keep their audience interested. In a way, I kind of understand them. But I don’t really look at the Internet anymore. The only reason I go on is to post things for my fans. I don’t read anything anymore because I came to an understanding that, okay, sometimes these people are going to say nice things, and sometimes they’re going to say fake things because they need to keep their readers curious and interested.

RM Well, I’m here to tell people you’re not a diva at all. In fact, you are the most down to earth person…your mom was around on set, she’s a ball, I love her. You’re sort of the most cool girl to hang with. I was obsessed with how everybody kept telling me that Ariana would be carried from her trailer to the set by her bodyguard. I’m like…that’s not true! She’s not carried around! Where did that ridiculous thing come from?

AG I posted a picture with my friend Gryphon carrying me after a video shoot because I was doing pointe. At this point I hadn’t done pointe in like, five years. So I was up on my box all day on a 15-hour shoot, and to go from not doing pointe for five years to being on your tippy-toes for a 15-hour shoot day, you’re pretty much fucked at the end of the day. My friend Gryphon was carrying me and I posted a cute picture of it. So of course the media turned it into some evil thing. But hey, Gryphon and I had a good laugh about it.

RM How do you dance in those enormous heels that you wear? Is that a special discipline?

AG My brother Frankie taught me!

RM I love that. I love Frankie. You know, when I was a journalist I had one of the very last interviews with Bette Davis, and she said, “if they don’t imitate you, then you haven’t done your job.” So, hats off to you Ariana, because you really have created an iconic image for yourself.

AG Well thank you! And I love Bette Davis.

RM You are a role model for young people and I love that you’ve been so supportive of the gay community. When the Supreme Court ruled that all gay people can get married in this country, you were one of the first people to send out all that inspiring social media. Tell me about your love of the LGBTQ community.

AG I mean, here’s the thing: I wasn’t raised in a household where it was considered abnormal to be gay. So for me to meet people who use the word “faggot” as an insult, with a derogatory meaning, I can’t take it. I don’t understand it. It’s so foreign to me. I was raised in a household where being gay was like, the most normal thing. You know, my brother is gay, all of my best friends are gay. When my brother came out of the closet, it wasn’t a big deal for my family. Even my grandpa, who is like, super old-school, was like, Good for you! It’s outrageous to me when I see people hate on someone because of their sexuality. I hate the intolerance. I hate the judgment. I hate it so much. Most of my favorite people in my life are gay. It’s something I’m super passionate about, because whenever I would see my friends get bullied, or my brother get hurt for his sexuality, I would become a raging lunatic. I would literally become a raging lunatic because I just can’t take it. When you see someone you love hurting, for such a superficial, bullshit reason, it’s like, how small and spiritually unenlightened and dumb as fuck can a person be? How much further can your head get up your ass that you’re actually judging someone as a person based on their sexuality before you even have a conversation with them?

RM You know, you remind me of Madonna in that regard, because Madonna also has a gay brother, and she used her forum to promote [acceptance]. I know you also have a strong feeling about Madonna. You and I have that in common, we talk about her a lot.

AG Yes, I love Madonna and I love our shared love for Madonna as well. We can just talk about her for hours together, while we’re making our scary movies together…coming up!

RM Well, I can’t wait until people find out about the movie stuff you and I have been putting together. That’s going to be announced…

AG I know, me neither! We should make subliminal Madonna references throughout the film. I love Madonna. I met her a few times and she was so overwhelmingly kind and sweet, and down to earth, and motherly. She’s very, very maternal. I practice Kabbalah as well, so that was one of the first things she mentioned, because I had my Zohar in my pocket. She may have noticed, maybe not, but she brought it up. And we danced together at her Oscar party. That’s all I can ever ask for. She inspires me endlessly. I’m so inspired by her fearlessness…Like, this is me, and if you don’t like it, go fuck yourself. That’s so cool, you know? So many people are afraid to be themselves and say what they believe in. For a long time, I feel like I was as well. I’m not anymore. But it takes a lot of growing up to really embrace yourself and embrace your voice, and say, Hey, why am I doing this? Am I doing this because I want to stand on stage with a pretty ponytail and sing pretty songs? Or am I doing this because I want to entertain and I want to say something that will help a lot of people? Do I want to use my voice to help as many people as I can? It takes a certain amount of bravery and growth to get there.

RM How far would you go to use sexuality in your work? You’re very polite and ladylike in how you conduct yourself in the world. You have great manners. But then everybody knows you swear like a sailor. [Laughs.] It’s hilarious.

AG It depends on the day. Some days I feel more comfortable using sexuality in my work, and then some days I feel like being a little more reserved. I think that’s why I’m in the middle of this whole conversation of, what is she? Is she a good girl or is she a bad girl? I think that I’m both. I don’t need to be either. I don’t need to be a pop princess who is America’s sweetheart or the next rebellious, wild, young thing. I don’t need to pick or choose. I can show skin and swear like a sailor but also be a good role model. I think that I’m a good person. I don’t think cursing makes you a bad person. I don’t think showing skin or kissing boys makes you a bad person. I don’t think that expressing sexuality makes you a bad person at all. I don’t think that’s bad…I think it’s great! We need to encourage each other to do what we want and not let it totally define us. You know? The things that people think define them aren’t valid either. You could see a girl who’s completely covered head-to-toe and who looks like the sweetest little thing in the world, and she could be the most horrendous human being on the planet inside.

RM That’s a very strong message for women, about sexual empowerment without it being gross, or lurid, or vulgar. I think people underestimate the subliminal power in your lyrics. If you listen to the lyrics of a lot of your songs, particularly after they’ve become big hits, they are really sexual and they’re done in a strong, unapologetic way.

AG Well thank you! I’m glad you picked that up.

RM I think most people don’t pick that up about you. They see the cute babydoll look in the videos, but your message and your music really does tell young women that they’re in charge of their own sexuality, and that they’re no man’s fool, and don’t need a man to feel good, in a way.

AG Wow! I love that you’re saying all of these things right now! It makes me feel really, really happy. I wrote something a little while ago, about what it’s like to constantly be attached to a man in the media, and how I’m not Sean’s ex. I would prefer to be referred to as just Ariana. But then some people were being like, what a hypocrite, because now she has a new boyfriend. But they’re still missing the point. It doesn’t matter whether I’m on my own or not. Whatever I decide to do with my body, with my heart, and with my life, I can still be my own person.

RM But no one would say those things if you were a man. So many young women who start off as a success are just beaten down by the double standard that is never applied to men.

AG Oh my god, of course not!

RM When you came to film the first episode of Scream Queens, you had just been through this headline-making breakup. But instead of weeping, and running around crying, you had such a great sense of, This is okay, I learned a lot from it, and I’m moving on and ready to go. You’re all about moving on. Do you think that’s true?

AG I’m good at making the best out of something. It also wasn’t that hard for me, because we were friends. So it’s chill.

RM What would you tell a young woman of your age, very succinctly, if they go through a breakup, what’s the best thing to do to get over it?

AG I have no breakup advice. Good luck!

RM [Laughs.] I like that you’re a role model but you never for a second pretend to tell people what to do…unlike some people.

AG I’m not going to pretend I have great breakup advice. It’s hard. Good luck. You’ll be fine. You don’t need anyone. It’s nice to have someone that makes you happy, but it’s nice to be happy on your own as well. You don’t need to depend on another person for your happiness. That person can contribute to your happiness, but you’re two whole beings on your own. You can make each other glow, like you just ran through one of those rainbow stars in Mario Brothers, but you’re still completely capable, sufficient, and beautiful, and can be happy on your own. That’s my breakup advice! There you go! I got it!

RM Remember when we were coming up with the most amazing names for your new fragrance? Did you ever settle on one?

AG Yes, it’s called “Ari”…because every other name on earth was taken! [Laughs.] Sorry Ryan! “Dream Wish” or whatever you wanted it to be called was taken. But it worked out because it’s a very personal thing. It’s my first fragrance. I wanted it to be as simple as possible, so I just went with Ari because that’s my nickname everybody calls me.

RM Well the boys on set came up with some great X-rated titles for your fragrances, so one day you and I should reveal what some of those titles were. They were so good and so funny.

AG The dirty perfume names we were coming up with?

RM Yeah! You remember…

AG I don’t think we can reveal those!

RM You’re right…some things are too X-rated.

Source: V Magazine

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