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Ariana Grande 'will tell her side of the story' on Eternal Sunshine

Ariana Grande is preparing to release her new album credit:Bang Showbiz
Ariana Grande is preparing to release her new album credit:Bang Showbiz

Ariana Grande plans to share "her side of the story" regarding her love life on her new album.

The 30-year-old pop star split from Dalton Gomez in 2023, and Ariana intends to tell her truth on 'Eternal Sunshine', her much-anticipated new studio album.

A source told Us Weekly: "Ariana thinks these songs will provide a lot of insight for her fans."

The upcoming album will also explore Ariana's subsequent romance with Ethan Slater.

The insider shared: "[It’s] her side of the story regarding Dalton and Ethan."

On the other hand, another source has described 'Eternal Sunshine' as a "concept album".

The insider explained: "Ariana is playing with different characters, some of the lyrics come from her personal life, but others are just her playing a fun character for her fans."

Ariana previously revealed that she hopes her new album will help to dispel some of the myths that surround her love life.

The chart-topping star - who was previously engaged to comedian Pete Davidson - admitted to being frustrated by the speculation that surrounds her relationships.

During an appearance on the 'Zach Sang Show' in February, Ariana explained: "I feel like we don’t need to go into any specifics, but, of course, there’s like an insatiable frustration, inexplicable, hellish feeling with watching people misunderstand the people you love and you and anything.

"I’m so nervous because pieces of [the album] touch on things that are real and then pieces of it are also just, like, part of the concept."

Ariana also described 'Eternal Sunshine' as the most emotional record of her career.

The pop star added: "The thing that was beautiful about it was, when I was writing ['Eternal Sunshine'], it was with no intention for the world to hear it.

"I was just kind of [like], ‘Let’s just go. Let’s see what comes out.’ And then, when I was done, I remembered that people will hear it and sometimes, people will sensationalise things and assign meaning to certain things. And I wanted to make sure that I combed through, just to make sure that it was what I intended."