Ariana Grande cries, trips during performance on ‘Ellen’

Ariana Grande cries, trips during performance on ‘Ellen’

Ariana Grande cries, trips during performance on ‘Ellen’

After several users started debating whether the 10 tracks were her, the songs became unavailable.

Ariana's promo for new song "thank u, next" appears to be based all around classic films, with the artwork for the single being based on a book from cult film "Mean Girls".

Even though there's no confirmation, the songs certainly sounded like Ariana's voice, although it's not known who compiled the collection (i.e. a fan) or whether it was an official release that was put on by mistake.

It's available on at least three different streaming services. "She's gone", she lamented, before Grande came racing back.

Too Close was a bonus track on the Japanese version of My Everything.

However others felt they could relate to her visual depiction of anxiety, including shots of a cloud encompassing her head, Ariana walking in slow motion through a fast-moving room, and then walking through a frozen room.


Inspired by her favorite movie The First Wives Club, the pop superstar was joined by the song's co-writers, Victoria Monét and Tayla Parx.

The album seems to have been around for about a week, but it's only in the last 24 hours that people have been picking up on the link to Ariana.

The "Sweetner" singer took the stage on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" this week in her first appearance since breaking off her engagement with "Saturday Night Live" star Pete Davidson and the sudden death of her ex-boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller, from a drug overdose.

"One day I'll walk down the aisle holding hands with my mama/I'll be thanking my dad, 'cause she grew from the drama", Grande, 25, sang between sobs.

"Even nearly got married/And for Pete I'm so thankful/Wish I could say thank you to Malcolm/Cause he was an angel". Ariana is now working on her next album, reportedly titled thank u, next, which follows August's Sweetener.

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