After Friday's start of spring practice, everyone showed their skills, but true freshman Donovan Peoples-Jones apparently stood out."Donovan was doing things today that were pretty freaky and hopefully he keeps that up," U-M quarterback Wilton Speight said Friday.
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"But I’m literally the most sardonic person you’ve ever met."Proud oddball Iggy Azalea -- Grande’s collaborator on "Problem," the song-of-the-summer contender that has elevated Grande to superstar status -- allows that Grande, while "very sweet," is definitely "quirky." Last year, bloggers simply had her pegged as a "mini-Mariah" for the lush, unabashedly ’90s R&B sound of her debut , and three huge singles released in the run-up to the album have already redefined her as a state-of-the-art pop diva: Besides "Problem," a super-catchy, not-at-all-smooth, kiss-off track, there’s the Ibiza-ready "Break Free" and the woman-power anthem, "Bang Bang," with Nicki Minaj and Jessie J.
Ariana Grande: The Billboard Cover Shoot Grande, who now lives in Los Angeles, says she was "a very weird little girl" growing up in Boca Raton, Fla.: "Dark and deranged.
Last year, she implored fans to boycott Sea World after the damning documentary came out.
"I think people see me as a little cutesy thing," she says, looking, in fact, demure and adorable, seated with her feet tucked underneath her on a giant leather couch.