Is Ariana Grande going to be a mom?!
That’s the question many are asking after the the Associated Press’ entertainment vertical tweeted that she’s pregnant.
The since-deleted tweet read, “Ariana Grande is pregnant, guess who’s the father? #ArianaGrande.” The comment was promptly removed and addressed in a follow-up tweet that said, “.@APEntertainment has deleted from its account a tweet about Ariana Grande. It was unauthorized. We are investigating.”
.@APEntertainment has deleted from its account a tweet about Ariana Grande. It was unauthorized. We are investigating.— AP Entertainment (@APEntertainment) February 2, 2017
Neither Ari, 23, nor her boyfriend (who is presumably not her imaginary baby daddy) Mac Miller have addressed the situation.
While there’s no reason to believe that the “Side to Side” singer is pregnant — she has thought about starting a family in the past!
In November, a source revealed that she was already thinking about starting a life with Mac, saying, “[She] envisions having children with Mac and is convinced all that will happen. She feels that Mac is her soulmate.”
Mac and Ariana first sparked dating rumors back in August when they were spotted on a dinner date; they later seemingly confirmed their relationship when they posted each other’s pictures on social media.
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The former Nickelodeon star has been very protective of her relationship; when Ryan Seacrest questioned the songstress about her relationship status — by suggesting she “confirmed” their relationship via Instagram, she absolutely lost her cool.
“Oh, is that what I did? Is that what Instagram means to you now? All right world, let’s go,” she said. “What was that segue?”
The same week, she got awkward (though, significantly less defensive) when Ellen DeGeneres asked about her relationship on The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
“This is so crazy! I’ve never had the relationship talk on a show before,” she said. “No pressure!”
Ariana has clearly been too busy with her professional schedule to worry about rumors on Twitter. Two days ago, she wrote, “See you in three days,” alongside a lineup of dates for upcoming “Dangerous Woman Tour,” which kicks off tomorrow in Phoenix.