Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande has revealed what she thinks of the new arrangement of her song “Touch It.” Pictured: The 23-year-old singer-actress posing on the red carpet at the 2016 American Music Awards in Los Angeles, California on Nov. 20, 2016. Reuters/Danny Moloshok

Days after revealing to her fans via social media that she’s getting her own character for Square Enix’s new game “Final Fantasy Brave Exvius,” Ariana Grande is back to teasing her followers once again about her involvement in the development the mobile app. Based on her latest post, she will not only be fighting enemies in-game, but she'll also be serenading gamers with one of her recent songs.

On Thursday, Grande took to Twitter to give fans an update about her first foray into mobile gaming. In her post, she revealed that her song “Touch It” from her “Dangerous Woman” album is getting an orchestral arrangement for the “Final Fantasy” game. She even stated that she’s “in love” with the arrangement and provided fans with a link to a YouTube video from Square Enix that features the new version of her song.

Aside from updating her millions of followers about her gaming endeavor, Grande also dropped a bombshell this week when she divulged that her next “Dangerous Woman” single would be “Everyday.” The song that features rapper Future first popped up on Rhythm radio on Tuesday before heading to Spotify. In a follow-up, Grande requested Arianators to stream her new single on Spotify.

Mac Miller’s girlfriend has been very busy since late last year. Aside from her guest performances and the promotion of her song “Side To Side,” she also became very busy preparing for NBC’s “Hairspray Live!” in which she played Penny Pingleton. Grande is set to continue her performing streak this year when she commences her “Dangerous Woman” tour.

Grande already dropped a teaser for her tour that is scheduled to kick off on Feb 2 in Phoenix, Arizona’s Talking Stick Resort Arena. The teaser she uploaded on Instagram this Thursday shows her new backup dancers, who appear to be very excited to join the “Problem” hitmaker on stage.