Caption: Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande hint they’re about to release something together
Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande have sparked speculation that they’re going to collaborate and our minds and bodies are READY.
The Baby singer and 7 Rings hitmaker – who share a manager in Scooter Braun – are set to make a big announcement at 6pm BST and 10am EST.
Overnight, Justin coyly tweeted: ‘Special announcement tomorrow at 10 am pst … (sic)”
Ariana retweeted the post and added mysteriously: ‘see u there everybody’.
Oh, you shameless teases!
see u there everybody ð¤ https://t.co/D5KPxIwZ3L
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) April 30, 2020
They also duetted on Justin’s 2015 hit Sorry for what marked Justin’s first live performance in two years.
So what we really want to know is – will they be releasing a recorded version of the tune? WILL THEY?
The suspense is a lot.
It’s not the first time they’ve been all mysterious about their music.
They performed at Coachella together last year (Picture: Getty)
Ariana – who dazzled with her vocals at the recent Disney Singalong – hinted earlier this month that she’s getting back in the studio.
The trio are just some of the stars who have designed their own face masks to support the charity Helping Musicians UK.
Ariana teased that she’s recording new music earlier this month (Picture: Instagram)
Alongside the products, they wrote: ‘100 per cent of the net proceeds from the sale of this product will be donated to the musicians benevolent fund, working as Help Musicians UK, with a minimum donation per product sold of £8/€8/$8.’
Helping Musicians UK is an independent UK charity for professional musicians of all genres, from starting out through to retirement.
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Each mask, which costs £15, features the artist’s name or an iconic symbol relating to the artist.
Ariana’s mask features a single teardrop, which is a nod towards her No Tears Left To Cry era, whilst Justin’s mask features his name in an graffiti style lettering.
Billie’s Blohsh logo takes front and centre on her mask, whilst The Weeknd also designed one with an XO on the front, adorned by a heart.
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