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Ariana Grande breaks her silence on ‘Quiet on Set’ docuseries

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Ariana Grande said she is “upset” about “innuendos” made during her time on Nickelodeon after the release of the bombshell “Quiet on Set” docuseries.

“I think we had some very special memories, and we feel so privileged to be able to create those roles and become a part of something that was so special for a lot of young kids,” the pop star said on Penn Badgley’s “Podcrushed” podcast Wednesday.

However, Grande — who starred in Nickelodeon’s “Victorious” from 2010 to 2013 — admitted she is now “reprocessing” her relationship with the teen sitcom after watching back some of the things she was told to say and do.

“Specifically about our show, I think that was something that we were convinced was the cool thing about us — is that we pushed the envelope with our humor,” she said.

“And the innuendos were … it was, like, the cool differentiation. And I don’t know, I think it just all happened so quickly, and now looking back on some of the clips, I’m like, ‘Damn, really? Oh, s–t’ … and the things that weren’t approved for the network were snuck onto, like, our website or whatever.

“I guess I’m upset, yeah.”

Though Grande, 30, did not directly mention the doc, which uncovered the toxic culture behind some of Nickelodeon’s most iconic shows, she said it has been “devastating” to hear stories from former child actors, to whom she referred as “survivors.”

“I think the environment needs to be made safer if kids are going to be acting, and I think there should be therapists,” she said.

“I think parents should allowed to be wherever they want to be, and I think not only on kids’ sets. If anyone wants to do this, or music, or anything at this level of exposure, there should be in the contract something about therapy is mandatory twice a week or thrice a week or something like that.”

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