Ariana Grande may have shown a soulful performance at Aretha Franklin's funeral, but it was more than her voice that attracted attention.
The 24-year-old singer sang "(You make me like me) A Natural Woman" but her black minidress caught the attention of several perplexed fans.
"I'm sorry, but Ariana Grande dress is too short for a funeral," a fan tweeted.
"I can not believe Ariana Grande" In a little dress, "wrote another user.
"The ponytail of Ariana Grande is longer than her dress," wrote another fan.
A fan even suggested that Grande's dress, which ended over her knees, was disrespectful and classless.
"Like, I'll take it, you're Ariana Grande, but you're at FUNERAL FOR THE QUEEN. HAVE A CLASS. You know that every aunt is ready to tell her that her hair is longer than her damn dress.
Luckily for Ariana, not everyone was stunned by her outfit choice.
"I understand that you're all crazy about her dress and everything. But understand, @ArianaGrande was one of Arethas favorite singers of the younger generation. This service is about honoring the queen and she did just that. Stuck to her role and sang Hell A Natural Woman. Let this pain go …. "
" Ariana Grande has done THAT. She showed her love for Aretha in ways that many of us can not and focus on the way she dresses. Lmao Okay, "another fan tweeted.
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Also at Franklin's funeral, Grande became a Taco Bell Meal Held
Following their tribute, Bishop Charles H. Ellis III said: "I must apologize for refreshing myself."
"When I saw Ariana Grande on the program, I thought that would be one News at Taco Bell, "Ellis continued
" My 28-year-old daughter says to me, "Dad! I'm too old at 60 ", joked Ellis, before Grande answered with a warm hug.
"Girl, let me give you all your respect," Ellis said. Come on, let her feel loved. "
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Gwendolyn Quinn, a spokeswoman for the Franklin family, previously said Detroit Free Press ] that "Aretha" loved Grande, and that they enjoyed their tribute at The Tonight Show .
Franklin died of pancreatic cancer on August 16th. She was 76.