She's wild! Ariana Grande covers up in big fluffy faux fur coat as she continues promoting her new single in New York City
Ariana Grande continued her record album promotional tour in New York City on Wednesday wearing a large brown and white faux fur coat.
The singer was completely covered by the fluffy outer wear with sleeves so long they almost buried her hands.
She paired the look with some shiny black knee-length boots and held on the the arm of a male companion as she left her hotel.
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Unusually skin shy: Ariana Grande was completely covered up as she stepped out in NYC on Wednesday in a faux fur coat and knee-high shiny black boots
The 22-year-old wore her long hair in a high pony tail and the ends of her locks matched the color of her coat.She accentuated her eyes with some terracotta shadow with lashings of black mascara and penciled in her brows.
She completed her look with a splash of coral pink lipstick.
Had a helping hand: The 22-year-old singer held onto the arm of a male companion as she left her Big Apple hotel with her hair in a high pony tail
Gracious: The Love Me Harder performer gave a little wave to fans as she exited the building
Ariana has just released the first single from her new album Dangerous Woman that's due out in May.
She hosted Saturday Night Live at the weekend and has also been doing the rounds of radio shows to promote the single, also called Dangerous Woman.
On Monday she attended a Music Choice event in the big Apple wearing another oversized coat.
However, she did still manage to flash some flesh as she let her massive letter jacket slip to one side revealing a bit of her shoulder and strappy tank top.
Being modest: The star also covered up with a large letter jacket for an event on Monday and again opted for boots, although she did flash a little shoulder skin
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