Ariana Grande drops a huge hint over the name of her forthcoming album

Ariana Grande drops a huge hint over the name of her forthcoming album

Impatient Ariana Grande fans think they know the name of her soon-to-drop new album after the star left a critical clue.

They were quick to spot her type the word ‘positions’ on a keyboard in cryptic video teaser for her forthcoming record.

Fans are in a frenzy after she confirmed the release earlier this month.

They know it is coming soon but the sneaky singer is refusing to name the date the album will be available.

She posted a video to get them in the mood, despite not yet confirming any further details.

In the slow motion clip, she types on a glowing computer keyboard with inch-perfect manicured fingers.

Her new album is very close – but she refuses to name the date

But she stopped there – and didn’t offer her 204 million followers any more infomation.

The album is rumoured to be coming as early as next week after releasing two records in 2019.

Earlier this year, the Thank U, Next singer revealed that she had a collaboration in the works with Doja Cat.

The songstress is perhaps trying to distract from the story that Piers Morgan referred to her as his ‘soul mate’.

But has Ariana just let a big cat out of the bag?

He claims she showered him with bottles of wine during an encounter in Los Angeles last year.

He said on Capital FM: “I actually had an amazing encounter with Ariana Grande last year. I was in a restaurant in Los Angeles and she was in the corner without me realising.

“She got up to go to the loo and she saw me and I saw her and I went ‘Ariana!’ she went ‘yes?’ and I went ‘Piers Morgan’.

Fans can’t wait – and they haven’t got long to hold on

“She went ‘Piers Morgan!’

“Anyway, long story short, she came to my table with me and my manager and we sat for three hours… she kept buying fabulously expensive bottles of red wine.

“So I have a lot of time for Ariana Grande and if she wants to act, I will be there for her because she and I – we are soul mates.”

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This post first appeared on mirror.co.uk

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