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Ariana Grande has revealed that she is currently working on her new album after a fan Instagram account uncovered a photo of her in the studio.
The singer has confirmed that she is currently back in the studio. A Grande fan account posted a suspect and blurry photo of the singer in a recording studio.
Ariana then screenshotted this and posted it on her Instagram story, writing: “I’m pretty sure dis is very old or fake. If u wanted confirmation that I’ve been workin why didn’t you just ask?”.
In response to this, Grande then posted a Polaroid picture of herself in a recording studio, an accompanying video to prove that the recording is current and ongoing as well as an Instagram post wearing the same outfit, reports Metro.
Recently an internet investigation was conducted to work out how Ariana Grande managed to pose with both her legs up for the album cover for 2014’s ‘My Everything’.
On the cover, the singer is seen looking ruefully at the ground as she perches on the stool while wearing a pair of white stilettos. Buzzfeed writer Jesse McLaren points out, it’s a pretty uncomfortable pose – and one that he struggled to recreate.
McLaren eventually asked Grande herself whether the singer actually balanced on the stool of whether it was photoshop. Grande responded: “next week on Mythbusters”.
Meanwhile, Ariana was recently forced to respond to accusations that she was “rude” and “disrespectful” during her recent gig in South Korea, with detractors claiming that she had displayed an “indifferent” attitude.