Ariana Grande is Getting Dragged for Her Terrible Tour Merchandise

NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 09:  Recording artist Ariana Grande performs onstage during Z100's Jingle Ball 2016 at Madison Square Garden on December 9, 2016 in New York, New York.  (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for iHeart)
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Bad merch happens--even to one of the biggest stars on the planet.

Ariana Grande's merch for her latest world tour is getting lots of attention--but not the good kind. Fans are surprised by the unique designs, and many are unhappy with the artistic choices Ariana and her team have made for the t-shirts, sweatshirts, and more that is currently being sold.

Buzzfeed hilariously describes the tour merchandise as, "part 2001 Delia's catalogue and part New Jersey boardwalk spray paint t-shirt booth." And this isn't the only time the singer received not-so-high praise for the items.

Fans took to social media to voice their outrage with the tour products, with many including pictures of the merchandise they encountered on their tour visits.

While some fans were excited and liked the designs, the vast majority of those who voiced their opinions online were not in favor of most of the merchandise being offered.

Many also offered their complaints about the quality of the merch on the website versus in real life.

On top of the complaints about the appearance and quality of the merch, fans are exposing even more issues when it comes to shipping times for orders placed online.

We wonder if Ariana or her team will make a statement in response to the complaints. We'll just have to keep following the tour to find out.