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    Ariana Grande And Dua Lipa Possibly Hint At A Collab After A Twitter Exchange Between The Two Singers

    “Love you and this mf song.”

    If you didn’t know, Ariana Grande’s latest album Sweetener will be out on August 17.

    So far, she's teased fans with the release of three songs on the 15-track album, the latest being "God Is A Woman", which she also released a music video for.

    Recently British singer Dua Lipa tweeted this. These happen to be the lyrics to "God Is A Woman".

    When you try to come for me, I keep on flourishing 🌺

    Twitter @dualipa / Via Twitter: @DUALIPA

    Ariana then replied a heart emoji.

    The Twitter exchange continued when Dua responded and said: "Love you and this mf song".

    @ArianaGrande Love you and this mf song

    Fans were quick to respond to the exchange, and wasted no time asking for a collab between the two singers.

    @DUALIPA @ArianaGrande we need a dua x ariana song sis

    Twitter @sweetenermyass / Via Twitter: @sweetenermyass
    Twitter @Stephanieelolz / Via Twitter: @Stephanieelolz
    Twitter @dancesivan / Via Twitter: @DANCESlVAN

    This isn't the first time that rumours have sparked about a collaboration between the two. In January, Dua posted this selfie.

    Then this fan spotted that Dua followed songwriters Savan Kotecha and Ilya Salmanzadeh on Instagram.

    Twitter @abcdellis_ / Via Twitter: @abcdellis_

    Both songwriters worked on many of Grande's songs including "Problem", "One Last Time", "Into You", "Side to Side", "No Tears Left To Cry", and "God is A Woman".

    A leaked 15 second audio of collab titled "Bad To You" was also rumoured to be circulating the internet in April but since then we've not heard much about that.

    Whether this is or isn't a hint to a future collab, we're just happy to see the two supporting each other!

    Lava/Republic / Via giphy.com

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