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Ariana Grande reveals new music

Published 16/09/2015

Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande's new track Focus will be released on October 30.

(Cover) - EN Showbiz - Ariana Grande's new single will drop next month.

Fans have eagerly been awaiting news on her music, especially after she teased them with a cryptic post on Instagram recently hinting the first track from upcoming album Moonlight would be called Focus on Me.

During an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon, the 22-year-old revealed the name of the new track as Focus and the release date as October 30.

"Focus 10.30.15 (sic)," she posted on Twitter after the show.

While on air with Jimmy, the star also took part in his famous Wheel of Musical Impressions game, where contestants are presented with a song and the name of an artist and then tasked with singing in their style.

Her first challenge was a rendition of Mary Had A Little Lamb in the style of Britney Spears, which got some laughs from the audience. But things really kicked off when she belted out The Wheels On The Bus in the style of Christina Aguilera, with Ariana absolutely nailing her husky vocals.

"Thank you @ArianaGrande for the duet and for the announcement. We love you here. #NewMusic #FallonTonight (sic)," Jimmy thanked her afterwards.

"I always have the most fun with you on your show! thank you so much again! (sic)" she gushingly tweeted back.

It's not yet known when third album Moonlight will be released, but it follows 2013's Yours Truly and last year's My Everything.

Hopefully by focusing on her new material, fans will forget all about the infamous doughnut incident, which saw her lick one of the sweet treats in a shop and rant about her dislike of America.

“My behaviour was very offensive and I apologised," she told Good Morning America on Tuesday. "There’s no excuse or there’s nothing to justify it."

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