Ariana Grande & The Weeknd Are Back, And Teaming Up Again!
Save your tears for another day; Ariana Grande and The Weeknd have big news!
The pals and collaborators have come together once again to bless listeners with a new earworm! Grande and The Weeknd, (real name Abel Tesfaye), notably collaborated on the remix of The Weeknd’s “Save Your Tears,” originally released on his blockbuster album, 2020’s “After Hours.”
The duo has also collaborated on multiple Grande songs, dating back to 2014’s “Love Me Harder” from Grande’s “My Everything.” The Weeknd was also on board to add his contribution to Grande’s most recent album, 2020’s “Positions.”
It’s The Weeknd’s turn to receive a dose of their collaborative magic! Both Grande and The Weeknd announced a new collaboration via their respective Instagram accounts on Wednesday.
Soooo… Did The Duo Ever Date?
Grande and The Weeknd are clearly comfortable around each other in the studio!
The Blast was on hand to cover the news of the duo’s collaboration on the “Save Your Tears” remix in 2021. According to our report, it was The Weeknd who initially teased the collab by tagging Grande in a tweet containing the instrumental of “Save Your Tears.” He cryptically included a heart and volume emoji in his sneaky tweet.
Considering the duo have collaborated on a number of songs together and are clearly fond of each other, it’s no wonder fans have wondered about the true nature about the duo’s relationship; have they ever dated?
The exact answer has never been confirmed. Even though Grande is happily married and The Weeknd has been linked to multiple high-profile ladies, rumors of a romance have been bubbling under the surface for a bit; the duo’s relationship has been the subject of fan speculation, even inspiring theories.
According to Elite Daily, a track on The Weeknd’s latest record, “DAWN FM” was rumored to be about Grande; “I Heard You’re Married” talks about the narrator’s regrets about the way he treated the song’s subject, and pleads for her to leave her husband if she seemingly isn’t in love with him. Grande’s marital status compared to a few of The Weeknd’s other high-profile exes has also made fans raise their eyebrows; the publication notes that Grande is the only one of The Weeknd’s high-profile exes who has been married. The Weeknd has been linked to Selena Gomez and Bella Hadid.
Fans also have reportedly speculated that Grande’s “Off The Table” had been directed at one of The Weeknd’s former lady friends! (per Elite Daily)
The Weeknd Is Preparing For The Release Of An Upcoming HBO Concert Film
The Weeknd may be more inept to discuss his live performance than his personal life, especially since he is gearing up for the release of an HBO concert film!
“Live At SoFi Stadium” will be comprised of two shows performed at the arena of the same name in Inglewood, according to Billboard. The second of two shows that were originally supposed to be back-to-back dates, had been canceled and then rescheduled after The Weeknd canceled after losing his voice, the publication continues.
Ariana Grande And The Weeknd Announce ‘Die For You’ Remix
The Weeknd’s 2016 song “Die For You” from his album “Starboy” will be the next track to have the duo’s collaborative stamp!
The Weeknd’s Instagram post featuring the single’s cover reads, “tomorrow night” and contains a tag for Grande. Grande’s post says the same.
Fans are clearly over the moon for the collaboration in the comment section of both posts! Several fans commented gifs of both The Weeknd and Grande on his post.
“counting. down. the. seconds,” music commentator Zack Sang of “The Zack Sang Show” commented on Grande’s post.
Republic Records shared two black heart emojis on Grande’s post. Frankie Grande also got his emoji game on, sharing three pink hearts!
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