Ariana Grande Doesn't "Feel The Need" To Label Her Sexuality

Ariana Grande Doesn't

It may be April Fools Day, but Ariana Grande wasn't joking around when she told fans last week that she wanted to release a new song with collaborator Victoria Monet today (April 1).

After the Clicquot lyric, Ari and Vic sing: "I never track my vocals, so shout out to Eric Vetro (I love Eric Vetro, man)".

'You'd be straight for life if I gave you my PIN (Yeah), Even though we gave up that 90 percent for the win, go'.

The 25-year-old added "which is okay".

Mont is openly bisexual, though Grande has been vague about her sexuality in the past.

And a third fan posted: "I'm so proud of Ariana for expressing her sexuality and showing that sexuality is fluid".

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Monét came out as bisexual herself at the end of a year ago.

Fans first began wondering about her orientation following the release of the video for her tune Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored.

Ariana Grande is treating fans to a new song. Monet helped write several of Grande's biggest hits, including Thank U, Next and 7 Rings. I love the people I make it with.

Still, some fans sprung to Grande's defence, saying that the singer should not be pressured into labelling herself or identifying with a specific sexuality. She has dated the likes of Saturday Night Live comic Pete Davidson, as well as recording artist Big Sean, dancer Ricky Alvarez, and late rapper Mac Miller.

However, the relationship ended in October with a source telling Us at the time that 'they realised it happened too quick and too early'.

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