Cryptic tweets from Ariana Grande and her family point towards a new album or song called No Tears Left To Cry.
Following a five-month absence from Twitter, the “Dangerous Woman” tweeted a single teardrop emoji.
Shortly after, she wrote, “missed you,” followed by the words “no tears left to cry” written backwards along with the date “4.20”.
And she was not the only one sharing mysterious messages on social media. Grande’s brother Frankie Grande, her mom Joan Grande, and her manager Scooter Braun all made similar posts.
Grande’s brother and mom also rocked clothing reading “no tears left to cry,” and eagle-eyed fans spotted their favourite singer sporting the same sweater.
Camila Cabello even got in on the hype, with her posting:
Fans immediately begged the pair to release a collaboration, with one person screaming: “MY PRECIOUS WIVES,” while another added: “MY HEART JUST DID A THING.”
The hype around Grande’s return to social media follows news the singer, who hasn’t released an album since the Manchester Arena terror attack last May which saw 23 people get killed at one of her concerts, would release a new single on April 27.