Ariana Grande Teases New Music

At last, those pesky drip emojis finally have context, and the wait is nearly over!

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

The "No Tears Left to Cry" announcement comes after Grande's massive Dangerous Woman Tour, which was interrupted on May 22, 2017, by a terrorist bombing during her Manchester Arena concert.

Grande took to Twitter on Tuesday (April 17) to hint that new music will be coming on April 20 in a series of tweets, including a tear drop emoji, "missed you", and the title of the new track, "No Tears Left To Cry", written upside down.

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It comes just over a month before the first anniversary of the Islamist terror attack during Grande's concert previous year, in which 22 people died and more than 500 were injured. The concert raised about £3 million for the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund.

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.

In the days after the attack, she also visited survivors in hospital. And the website is also blacked out. The LP, said to be Grande's most personal yet, has been shrouded in mystery, but what we do know so far suggests she has something massive in store.

The tragedy claimed the lives of 22 innocent victims and had a dramatic effect on Ariana, who pulled together and performed at the One Love Manchester benefit concert just two weeks after the attack.

  • Megan Austin