Ariana Grande has no tears left to cry over criticism of her voice.

In fact, the Grammy winner doesn’t think it’s a big deal that she can switch between two different accents. Approaching a viral video of her changing vocal inflections with a “yes, and?” attitude, Ariana noted that the shift is “a normal thing people do, especially if you have a large range.”

“I did just spend a long time playing a character every single day,” Ariana said on the July 9 episode of the Shut Up Evan podcast, referring to her role as Glinda in the upcoming Wicked movie musical. “Muscle memory is a real thing.”

The 31-year-old also pointed out how there seems to be a double standard when male actors unintentionally stay in character after filming.

“Sure, people make jokes here and there as well, but it’s always after the fact, ‘Oh wow, how dedicated to his craft! What an amazing transformation! He’s a brilliant performer!'” she continued. “But then it’s like, god forbid I sneeze like Glinda.”