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Too Much Skin?! Ariana Grande Suffers A Major Wardrobe Malfunction Performing On 'SNL'

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Mar. 13 2016, Updated 8:37 p.m. ET

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From mini skirts to little dresses, Ariana Grande is no stranger to flashing some major skin! During her performance on Saturday Night Live, the petite singer suffered a major wardrobe malfunction and brushed it off like a pro!

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The singer was singing her newest single "Dangerous Women" when she attempted to take off her jacket...but it didn't go as planned.

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At the very beginning of the song, Ariana attempted to take off her black jacket but only successfully did on one arm.

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Halfway through the song, Ariana was able to regroup and place her arm back into the sleeve.

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Ariana Grande arrives at The 58th Grammy Awards Red Carpet

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Under the coat the 22-year-old wore a sexy lace top with spaghetti straps which showed off a lot of skin!

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Ariana Grande arrives at The 58th Grammy Awards Red Carpet

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During her performance, according to Us Weekly, many users on Twitter were left confused with the placement of her jacket.

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Watch her performance in the clip above and see the wardrobe malfunction go down!

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