If anyone is wondering whether or not Ariana Grande is, in fact, the diva she is rumored to be, Billy Bush has spoken.
“Where there’s smoke, there’s usually a little fire,” the “Access Hollywood” host told Andy Cohen during Monday’s “Watch What Happens Live” after show segment (above).
Why Bush is an authority on the 21-year-old singer’s ego remains unclear, but one thing is for sure, he’s not afraid to pretend he is.
The television and radio personality also answered a fan wondering whether or not rumors of Jay Z and Beyoncé marriage trouble “was just a publicity stunt.”
“Totally, and one hundred percent, completely a publicity stunt,” Bush said. “We were all taken for a ride, because they wanted to sell some tix, and they did, and there was never any trouble in paradise. I’m sure of it. But I’m really happy that they’re happy together.”
Rumors around Grande’s diva behavior have swirled since she allegedly stepped into an elevator after interacting with fans and said, “I hope they all f–king die.” Her representatives have denied the accusation.
More recently, outlets have reported that her life coach quit — or maybe it was a choreographer — because he grew tired of Grande’s bad attitude. Her representatives have denied those allegations, as well.