Ariana Grande on Justin Bieber: 'He needs help not punishment'
'Baby I' songstress Ariana Grande has spoken out again on Justin Bieber's recent behaviour and admitted that while she doesn't think he should be punished, he could use some genuine help.
Bieber was arrested last week in Miami for drink driving, resisting arrest, and driving with an expired licence, although he has since been released on bail. The beauty told Access Hollywood that he's so alone as a result of his fame, which means that no one can really empathise with what he's going through:
"He's very isolated... I don't think anybody understands. I don't think anybody could ever understand. I certainly don't, but I just think that people could be a little more sensitive to him... he does need help, but I don't think he needs punishment."
Grande added to Access Hollywood that she has faith in Bieber's team and the family that surrounds him, so she thinks he'll get through this tough time:
"There's a difference between helping somebody and punishing them. It's gets to a point where all you need is a good talk with your family. I think he's in good hands and I don't think he's putting anything at jeopardy other than his health... I just know that a lot of people are rooting for him to be healthy and that's like the most important thing. He's in really good hands. And yeah so he'll be fine."
Watch Jimmy Fallon talking about the Internet's reaction to Bieber's shocking arrest here:
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