Fans of Ariana Grande are in for a big surprise as the singer announces that she will be dropping a new song at the end of the week.
Grande went on a four-month hiatus from social media, which began on Dec. 31, 2017. On Wednesday, April 18, she posted a cryptic message on her Twitter account that revealed the title of her new song, although it's written in reverse. The 24-year-old singer also confirmed that "No Tears Left to Cry" will be available starting April 20.
ʎɹɔ oʇ ʇɟǝl sɹɐǝʇ ou 4.20 — Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) April 17, 2018
Before the "Side to Side" singer shared the news about her new song, she had first posted two messages addressed to her millions of followers. In her first tweet, Ariana wrote "missed you," which was probably her way of saying that she missed her fans and missed using Twitter as well. In her second tweet, Ariana posted a blue water or teardrop emoji.
https://t.co/3v66a0cShW pic.twitter.com/gB2vYuFVBX — Frankie James Grande (@FrankieJGrande) April 16, 2018
Ariana's older brother, Frankie Grande, also joined in the hype on Monday after he had uploaded a mirror selfie on his Twitter account. In the snap, Frankie is wearing a shirt with the title of his sister's new song on it.
The singer's mom, Joan Grande, and her manager, Scooter Braun, also posted the blue teardrop emoji on their respective social media accounts.
Ariana Grande Talks About Manchester Bombing
Other than her preparation for the upcoming release of her studio album, Ariana also went on a social media hiatus following the traumatic Manchester bombing. The incident took place on May 22, 2017.
Months later, Ariana opened up about the tragedy that had taken the life of 22 of her fans and injured several others.
"I don't think I've been through anything as traumatic as [what] we've been through. So... [tour] can be a lot. Calling it off and going home was not an option. The message of the show was too important. For the crew and everyone involved, it's become more than just a show for us. We are really grateful to be here and really grateful for this show," said Ariana.
Two months after the bombing, the "Dangerous Woman" singer resumed her tour. She also reached out to the victims of the senseless crime by visiting them at the hospital. Manchester also named Ariana as the first honorary citizen of the city for everything she has done for the residents.
The award-winning singer said that she appreciates other people's kindness, and it inspires her to be kind as well.