After going on "Good Morning America" to apologize for her donut-licking incident, Ariana Grande had one less problem on her hands Tuesday. One week before Grande is set to make her debut on the new show "Scream Queens," she surprised her fans by revealing the name of her first single off of her new album.

Grande made the announcement on "The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon" Tuesday night. Fallon said that the last time Grande was on the show, she made a "pinky promise" that the next time she had any music news she'd come on the show to share it. The 22-year-old singer and actress made sure to keep that promise.

"My first single off my new album is coming out Oct. 30," she said. "It's called 'Focus.'" She also announced she'd be playing the Barclays Center in Brooklyn on Sept. 26 and 27. All of those in attendance at "The Tonight Show" on Tuesday were given two tickets to the Sept. 27 concert. 

You can see the full announcement below:

After her appearance on the show, which included a game of "Wheel of Musical Impressions," Grande sent out a tweet confirming the single and the release date. The tweet can be seen below:

Grande's new project will be her third studio album. It will follow up 2014's "My Everything," which featured the singles "Problem," "Break Free," "Love Me Harder," and "Bang, Bang." The album's official release date is unknown.

Aside from working on a new album, Grande will also star in the upcoming series "Scream Queens" as Chanel #2. The series also stars Emma Roberts, Jamie Lee Curtis and Nick Jonas. The series premieres on Fox Tuesday Sept. 22 at 8 p.m. EDT.