Seeing Ariana Grande with a down-do is always a thrill (sightings have been very rare for a very long time).
However, after sporting long sleek locks sans her signature high pony in the film clip for "Rain On Me", a collaboration from Lady Gaga's upcoming album 'Chromatica', Grande revealed that despite what some may think, she was not in fact born with a sky-high swept-up hairdo, and she's got proof: AKA her high school yearbook photo.
Taking to social media to share the throwback, Grande paired it side-by-side with a shot of Gaga around the same age. The real kicker? They look super similar - a nice touch after previously twinning with white liner looks in the music video.
"Tiny babies", Grande wrote in her Instagram story. They sure do look chic for youngsters, though. Hands up if you had good hair in your high school photos? Nope? Exactly. Well, these two did.
While Grande's go-to black and white filter disguises any bold of-the-time makeup or clothing colours, the overall aesthetic is damn impressive considering the shots were taken in what generally serves as an awkward phase for us mere mortals.
The moral of the story? Despite their bold signature looks and abilities to trigger trends in the beauty realm, Grande and Gaga can also do classic damn well.