Is Ariana Grande bisexual? New song Monopoly sparks rumours

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Ariana Grande has said she won't label her sexuality despite the rumors that were sparked by the release of her newest single "Monopoly" on Monday.

Her latest album has also broken the record for the most album streams ever by a female artist in one week in the United Kingdom, surpassing the one she set in August 2018 with her release Sweetener. "I'm just warning everyone", she said. Or is this more shrouded self-love? "I like women and men", sings Grande on the track.

We're holding out hope for the former!

Grande responded to the rumours on social media: "Ariana ain't gotta label herself, but she said what she said".

After the song and video's release, fans quickly took to Twitter asking Ariana to "confirm" the rumors on her sexuality.

Another declared: 'A bisexual anthem!' and added: 'I'm so proud of u'.

While the "Thank U, Next" songstress has yet to clear up the rumors about her own sexuality, she's certainly smitten by all of the attention her new tune is getting.

Also back in February, Grande copped backlash after announcing that she'd headline Manchester Pride, and then allowing the ticket prices to sky rocket as a result. Regardless of the outcome, I prefer this because it's real and feels happy.

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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. On Twitter, some fans claimed she was exploiting the queer community by headlining the celebration-and noted that ticket prices doubled compared to the previous year.