Troye Sivan and Ariana Grande Team Up on Sexy New Summer Song ‘Dance to This’

Troye Sivan and Ariana Grande Team Up on Sexy New Summer Song ‘Dance to This’

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Today Troye Sivan released “Dance to This” featuring Ariana Grande — a track from his forthcoming album, Bloom. Sivan said in a statement, “‘Dance to This’ is about that moment when you feel like you’ve been to enough house parties or events, and staying home and, like, making out in the kitchen and cooking dinner sounds like a much, much better alternative.”

Bloom, which will be released by Capitol Records on August 31, is now available for pre-order.

We’re loving the sexy single, which has the chance to be a contender for “song of the summer.” We’re impressed with the maturity of Sivan’s latest releases, from his “My My My!” — a club banger about liberation, freedom and love — to “Bloom,” a song about, well, bottoming. He’s making a name for himself as the creator of some of the best, most queer pop music of 2018.

Tickets for “The Bloom Tour” are on sale now. Multiple dates are already sold out, and a second show was recently added in San Francisco. The tour’s North American run, which kicks off Sept. 21, will include Sivan’s first-ever show at New York City’s Radio City Music Hall (Oct. 9) and performances at the Greek Theatre in Los Angeles (Oct. 30) and The Masonic in San Francisco (Nov. 1 and 2).

The interwebs have recently been buzzing with Ariana Grande’s big news as well, that she’s engaged to Saturday Night Live cast member Pete Davidson. It’s the first engagement for both 24-year-olds, who have only been dating for a very short time. Most believe the two met when she was the musical guest and host for SNL back in March 2016.

The comedian also apparently shelled out $100,000 for Ariana Grande’s engagement ring, which was designed specifically for her.

What do you think of “Dance To This?” Sound off in the comments below and on Facebook.

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