Ariana Grande is no longer a dangerous woman — at least, not on her social media channels.
The singer set off an internet frenzy on Tuesday when she changed her bio on her social media pages from “Dangerous Woman,” the title of her 2016 album, to a location drop pin/teardrop and the words “Honeymoon Ave” printed upside down.
She also posted her first tweet since December:
In a second tweet, Grande seemed to confirm that a single titled “No Tears Left to Cry” will drop Friday, April 20.
She then followed up the news on Wednesday by tweeting a series of images showing cover art for the song. The latter also included a link to the singer’s homepage, which displays an upside-down count down clock.
Grande’s manager Scooter Braun further fanned the flames of speculation when he commented on an unrelated Instagram post, “Hint….@arianagrande Friday” with a teardrop emoji.
The Blast reports that the lyrics of the new song “allude to the bombing” that occurred just outside her Manchester, U.K. concert in May 2017, according to sources inside a private listening party in London recently. “Grande addresses the incident in such a perfect, powerful way,” the outlet reports.
Near the end of 2017, Grande confirmed that she was nearly done with an album and on New Year’s Eve, she posted a video with the caption “See You Next Year” that included snippets of a new song.
Grande has appeared to confirm the single based on the proliferation of the teardrop emoji on her and her team’s social media pages. Additionally, many in her inner circle, including her boyfriend Mac Miller and her brother, have shared images on social media wearing shirts with the words “No Tears Left to Cry” on them — the words were also upside down in a similar fashion to the words on her Twitter bio.
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Her reps did not immediately respond to requests for confirmation.