Ariana Grande Teases New Music Ahead Of Manchester Attack Anniversary

Ariana Grande Breaks Social Media Silence by Teasing New Single'No Tears Left to Cry

Ariana Grande has teased that new music is on the horizon, amid rumours she's about to make a return to the music scene.

Just like clockwork, the starlet once again wrote to her legions of followers with a cryptic message which was upside down, spelling out the new single name.

Whilst you're here, remind yourself of the touching moment Ariana comforted a crying school girl at the One Love Manchester show.

Ariana Grande is no longer a risky woman - at least, not on her social media channels.

The concert raised about £3m for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund. As if this announcement wasn't enough newness to get fans excited, Grande also debuted a completely new look - the kind of look we suspect people will be talking about for days (maybe even longer).

Grande's last album, Dangerous Woman, was released in May 2016, and she had been nearing the end of the worldwide tour to support that record when the attack took place.

She also tweeted a tear drop and the words "missed you".

TMZ reports that Ariana finished recording her fourth full-length studio album at the beginning of March and those who have heard it call it a "personal" masterpiece.

Now, the American songstress has begun her new campaign to release fresh material for the first time since the devastating attack.

Following the devastating attack, Grande became Manchester's first honorary citizen for her response to the bombing, and for organising the concert just two weeks on.

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