During an August interview with Beats 1, Grande said her last name and pronounced it as "Gran-dee", as opposed to "Grahn-day".
However some of her followers were quick to point out that fans have heard her say her name lots of times, and she always uses the Tee-gen version. It's something I never even thought about when I started my career.
The new-mother of two took to Twitter to reveal that despite everyone saying her last name tee-gen, it's actually said "TIE-gen".
Although the "Lip Sync Battle" host is clearly not pregnant right now, she had Us Weekly that she is looking forward to expanding her family further.
Tie-gen then weighed in, blowing minds everywhere in the process ESPECIALLY considering not only have *we* been saying Tee-gen, but so has she-gen. Wrong order? I'll eat it. Taxi going to the wrong airport?
Chrissy Teigen isn't the only star whose name is constantly mispronounced.
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Lest you think she's lying about her last name, she brought in backup. "It's 'Tie-gen.' Isn't it, mom?"
Meanwhile, the 32-year-old beauty recently admitted she no longer worries about her figure and would rather enjoy her meals than look good in a swimsuit. Vilailuck simply and hilariously replies from the kitchen, "Yep!"
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"She was very supportive and I'm glad we made it worth her while".
The life-changing realisations don't stop there either, oh no.