Ariana Grande Tweets, Then Deletes, Details About Her New Album

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Ariana Grande is spilling the tea on her next project!
Well, she was spilling the tea, until apparently deleting a tweet that confirmed new music from her My Everything follow-up, reportedly titled Moonlight.
"Babies, I'm so excited for the nearby future... (also embracing and loving the present)... but I'm really effing excited for the near future," she tweeted on Wednesday night, followed by: "Personally...... I consider October 'nearby future.'"

babies i'm so excited for the nearby future... (also embracing and loving the present)... but I'm really effing excited for the near future.

— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) September 2, 2015

personally...... I consider October "nearby future" ?????????????????

— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) September 2, 2015

I am not teasing!!! I promised y'all I would always tell you as much as I could as soon as I could ?☕️ only cause I love you like I do ☕️??��

— Ariana Grande (@ArianaGrande) September 2, 2015
Grande promised she's "not teasing!!!" and "I promised y'all I would always tell you as much as I could as soon as I could. Only 'cause I love you like I do."
But then she told a little too much. One fan shared this screencap, which Grande allegedly deleted after posting. The tweet confirms that Moonlight "festivities begin in October."
A rep for the singer did not immediately return ETonline's request for comment, but according to earlier reports, Grande's third album is due out by the end of the year and will be led by the single "Focus On Me."
Grande has changed her Twitter bio to read simply, "moonlight," and in June, she not-so-subtly Instagrammed "by 'focus' I meant 'focus on me' #thisisahint #youllsee" along with a sliver moon emoji.
When she's not working on the new album, Grande's brother Frankie Grande tells ETonline that the siblings love to binge watch America's Next Top Model together. "This season is wack-a-doo, crazy," he said. "I love it so much."
See the interview below.