Nicole Cord-Cruz
October 25, 2018 10:54 am

To say that Ariana Grande has had a whirlwind year would be an understatement. She recently mourned the one-year anniversary of the Manchester arena bombing, got engaged, released an album, called off the engagement, and has been coping with the loss of ex-boyfriend Mac Miller. But it seems none of this has slowed the singer down when it comes to her passion: music.

While conversing with fans on Twitter on October 25th, she referred to music as her “lifeline.”

Even though Sweetener just came out in August, Grande seemed to reveal that she already has a name and a potential release date for a new album.

But if you still haven’t moved on from the incredibleness of Sweetener, Grande has good news…as in she just dropped the dates for the upcoming Sweetener world tour, which will kick off in March 2019.

At the Pencils of Promise gala on Wednesday, October 24th, Grande’s manager Scooter Braun said that Ariana is ready for the next big things to come.

We’re staying tuned alright.

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