ended three years ago, and while we're still holding out for a proper ending, we'll gladly accept any reunions in the meantime.
Rather, it was the tabloid coverage overshadowing her work and talent that made things more difficult. "I will say it until I'm an old-ass lady with my tits out at Whole Foods.
Without saying any names, Grande projects her feelings by using an example of another female singer whose name continuously coincides with her ex-boyfriend's (it's pretty clear she's referring to Selena Gomez and Justin Bieber)."I'll never be able to swallow the fact that people feel the need to attach a successful woman to a man when they say her name," says Grande, alluding to the other singer's relationship. I'll be in the produce aisle, naked at 95, with a sensible ponytail, one strand of hair left on my head and a Chanel bow. See you there with my 95 dogs."She also can't help but be a sucker for love (aren't we all? Though she's learned her lesson about dating in the public eye and thus maintains a more private relationship status, she isn't afraid to gush about it through her music.
"I saw a headline—draw your own conclusions [on the subjects] because it'll be so much drama that I don't want—they called someone another someone's ex, and that pissed me off."She continues, "This person has had so many great records in the last year, and she hasn't been dating him forever. In fact, when asked about her rumored, unofficially official boyfriend and backup dancer, Ricky Alvarez, she's curt: "We're happy. I have a healthy life right now, and I think that's all anyone cares to know.
The end."Victoria Monet—Grande's co-writer and close friend—did dish a bit more, revealing that "Moonlight" was influenced by him."That's what Ricky called her one night.
Victoria captioned one of the cute party pics: "Onesie party with a few of my old frands. eating cookies watching Victorious episodes & reminiscing🤓.