Why Ariana Grande Followers Rethink Your New Songs About Dalton Gomez
Ariana Grande Fans can’t get enough of positions (deluxe).
The 27-year-old singer discontinued the extended edition of her sixth studio album on February 19. This new version contains five additional tracks, including the recently released “34 + 35 Remix” with Doja Cat and Megan Thee Stallion as well as “someone like you (interlude)”, “test drive”, “worst behavior” and “main thing”. And after listening to the album, many Arianators are convinced that the hits are about their fiancé Dalton Gomez.
Take “someone like you” for example. Meanwhile, Grande sings, “I’ve been waiting for someone like you. Baby, please don’t be too good to be true this time.” And yes, the audience thinks the Grammy winner is referring to her captain. Says one fan, “Well we all know that someone like you is definitely about Dalton.”
They couldn’t help but rave about the obvious references in “worst behavior” either. At one point in the song, Grande sings, “No phone, no pictures, no mail inside us. That love is just not available,” which some followers interpret as an allusion to the private nature of their relationship.
“Has anyone actually heard the worst behavior lyrics?” A fan tweeted. “As if it’s literally about her and Dalton. She talks about how he should say ‘I’ll do’ and they’re engaged, she says not to post photos and keep their personal lives private.”