Published Feb 25, 2016Today (February 25), Saturday Night Live revealed that Ariana Grande would be returning to the show, pulling double duty as host and musical performer on March 12. In conjunction with news of the TV gig, Grande has also hinted at plans for her next album.
The pop singer has rolled out a new website and shared an audio message announcing that her next full-length will be titled Dangerous Woman. And while firm details of a release date and tracklisting have yet to be uncovered, Grande did inform fans that she would be performing two new tracks on SNL — the titular "Dangerous Woman," as well as "Be Alright."
The announcement also arrived along with a fresh set of Dangerous Woman-themed merch.
The new album will mark the full-length follow-up to 2014's My Everything, though the popstar did share a holiday EP called Christmas and Chill at the end of last year. Grande's not new on the SNL scene either; she served as the musical guest last season alongside host Chris Pratt.
Let's just hope that if either of the new cuts that she's scheduled to perform feature horns, she's brushed up on her trumpeting technique since the release of last year's hit "Focus."