Ariana Grande appears to have deactivated her Twitter account. However, Grande didn’t officially announce any reason for the departure, although fans quickly noticed her absence. Additionally, Grande’s name began trending on the social media platform when her fans realized her account “doesn’t exist.”
Users shared screenshots of an error message that took over Grande’s blank page. “Something went wrong, try again,” the screens show. While Ariana didn’t address her departure, fans started guessing the reason for her sudden dismissal. Some fans wondered if cyberbullying could be the culprit, or whether Grande wants a fresh social media feed to announce a new project.
However, the Voice coach’s social media presence isn’t entirely gone as the singer seems to be quite active on her Instagram account. She shared promotional posts for the Netflix movie Don’t Look Up, which was released on the streaming platform on Friday with a song by Grande and “THE SCOTTS” musician Kid Cudi.
Additionally, Ariana Grande shared a Christmas Eve wish with her followers. She posted a video of the sky, which featured no sound while penning Merry. Ariana ended her note while writing, “Be safe I love you.” Grande had a busy 2021. She appeared for her first season as a judge on The Voice, which aired its season 26 finale on December 14. Grande also tied the knot with Los Angeles luxury realtor Dalton Gomez in May. Moreover, she launched a beauty line and filmed this video with Jimmy Fallon and Megan Thee Stallion.
While Grande hasn’t revealed too much about the wedding, which took place at her Montecito, Calif. home, her rep confirmed the wedding to People in May. “They got married,” Grande’s rep said to the outlet. “It was tiny and intimate, less than 20 people. The room was so happy and full of love. The couple and both families couldn’t be happier.” She shared snaps of the wedding day on Instagram later that month.
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