Los Angeles: Singer Ariana Grande has hinted that her upcoming third album would be called ‘Dangerous Woman’.
In a SnapChat post that Grande sent out on Monday, she hinted that what she first announced as ‘Moonlight’ would now be called ‘Dangerous Woman’, reports aceshowbiz.com.
Following the revelation, Grande changed her Twitter bio and wrote ‘dangerous woman’ in it.
She later tweeted what might be lyrics to one of her new songs.
“Don’t need permission. Made my decision. To test my limits,” the former Nickelodeon star wrote.
“Dangerous Woman” will be Grande’s third album, following 2013’s ‘Yours Truly’ and 2014’s ‘My Everything’.
Grande earlier tweeted that she might change the initial title of her project. She gave further explanation about the change on TV show ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live!’ last month.
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“A really long time ago I was convinced that it was going to be called ‘Moonlight’ because its one of my favourite songs that we did for the album,” she said back then.
“And now, as we’re wrapping things up, of course I’ve been writing and singing, we’re at the final stretch… Now there’s this other song that has thrown me for a whirlwind and I love it so much, it’s changed everything,” she added.