Ariana Grande just made another move to prove she’s the most relatable celebrity of all time, tweeting that true love doesn’t exist because she was hangry. Same.
It’s been a big week for Ariana Grande. After releasing the long awaited ‘Thank U, Next’ music video, which features the singer reenacting her favourite teen movies including 13 Going On 30 and Mean Girls, she took to Twitter to interact with fans and see what they thought.
During one particularly candid tweet, she wrote, “Actually… i don’t want no ‘next’. true love doesn’t exist. hope you’re having a great day!”
An hour later, though, she took to Twitter again to delete the tweet and write instead, “true love might exist I was just hungry. [sic]” Oh, Ari. A very real example of the ‘I’m sorry for what I said when I was hungry’ meme that we feel on an emotional level.
true love might exist i was just hungry
— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) December 2, 2018
This comes as Ariana explained in another tweet why she didn’t include her late ex-boyfriend Mac Miller in her burn book. As Elle noted, a fan tweeted last month: “when she flips through the thank u next burn book and pics of her with sean, ricky, pete & mac arrive……………. we had to fucking stan [sic]”
To which Ariana responded: “M ain’t in the book he next to my bed.”
when she flips through the thank u next burn book and pics of her with sean, ricky, pete & mac arrive……………. we had to fucking stan
— chris (@bangbangbutera) November 23, 2018
If you’ve picked apart every frame of ‘thank u, next’ over the past two days, you’ll have noticed that Ariana closes the burn book right before she sings “Wish I could say thank you to Malcolm, ‘cause he was an angel.” So maybe she’s looking up at the framed pictures on her night stand, one of which might be of Mac.