After her divorce, what is Ariana Grande planning for us?

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Ariana Grande should be back sooner than expected. The media “Page Six” revealed, this Monday, the testimony of a source affirming that the singer spent a lot of time in the studio.

Ariana Grande’s divorce from real estate agent Dalton Gomez may have pushed the singer to get back to work sooner than expected! This is what the media “Page Six” says. The interpreter of “positions” would be working on a musical project, according to their information.

While all of her attention was focused on “Wicked,” the musical in which she stars with her rumored boyfriend, Ethan Slater, the writers’ strike reportedly lured the singer back to the studio. She was reportedly seen with producer Max Martin, with whom she collaborated on many hits like “God Is a Woman.”

Regarding the date of a possible album, the source of “Page Six” declared to the media: “ She doesn’t know when she wants to release an album “. An indecision linked to the current filming of “Wicked”, for which she wants to give 100%: “ She wants to be respectful of Wicked’s agenda, originally she didn’t want to make music at all before the film was released “.

This same source kept the suspense alive by teasing: “She works quickly and releases projects instinctively when she feels ready… so who knows? »


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