Why Has Ariana Grande Been Accused Of Copying Her One Last Time Video?
The songstress has been the centre of claims from an Aussie band who are also fans of purple skies, apparently...
When Ariana Grande released her apocalyptic new video One Last Time earlier this week, Aussie band Safia couldn't help but notice a few similarities to work of their own.
Since the premiere, the Indie band took to Facebook to tell fans that it "wouldn't be the first time uncreative talentless f**ks from big labels and/or big film firms steal ideas from small independent creatives."
In Ariana's video, the pop princess is seen running through streets of mayhem, before reaching the roof of a building where she watches the sky turn purple and kisses her boyfriend one last time.
While in Safia's clip, a similar theme is taken as a woman also runs through crowds with a purple sky, before kissing her boyfriend in the street.
Following their hasty comments, the band have since toned down their views, saying: "While we do find an uncanny similarity in certain parts of the two clips, there’s no way of ever proving whether Ariana’s clip was influenced by ‘You Are The One’ and it genuinely may have just been a coincidence."
"We were simply voicing our concerns in what is sometimes a common occurrence in the music industry,' the post continued, later adding, 'we're ready to move on from this".
Perhaps they didn't realise just how serious the Arianators are when it comes to sticking up for their Queen?!