American singer Ariana Grande debuted two new hairstyles at this year’s American Music Awards (AMAs) on Sunday, Nov. 22.

For the live rendition of her latest single, “Focus,” Grande wore her hair loose in spiral curls, parted in center and secured with bobby pins on both sides. The singer surprised the audience when she walked on the stage from behind the red curtain, sparkling from head-to-toe in a cream-hued dress and long, white gloves.

After her performance, the 22-year-old singer returned to her seat sporting a big ballerina bun. Grande took to Instagram on Sunday to reveal that her hairstyle switch was done by hairstylist Dalina Rebollo, and it did not take her too long to change her hairstyle.

“from a huge finger wave to a fishtail/topknot thing in 15 min. only you @dalinaway _. thank you for making me feel pretty._” she captioned the photo.

Grande won the Favourite Female Artist - Pop/Rock beating fellow nominees Taylor Swift and Meghan Trainor. It was her second AMA award after her New Artists of the Year title in 2013.

The singer thanked her fans, especially her grandmother Marjorie, whom she brought to the event, for voting and supporting her.

“I think I owe a lot of this to my Nonna, who made sure to remind me that she voted. She goes, 'Ariana, I went on the computer. I voted, so I think you'll win,’” she said.

Speaking about her signature hairstyle, Grande explained via a Facebook post in 2014 that she wears her hair in half-up ponytail with extensions because her hair is broke due to dying it bright red for her previous sitcoms “Victorious” and “Sam & Cat.”

The former Nickelodeon star said that her roles on small screen “completely destroyed” her tresses.

“I wear extensions but I wear it in a ponytail because my actual hair is so broken that it looks absolutely ratchet and absurd when I let it down," she said.

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