Ariana Grande took her love for animals to the next level after she decided to launch an animal rescue center complete with its own website — here's the full story.
Ariana Grande's love for her furry friends recently took a new dimension when the singer announced her decision to launch an animal rescue center on social media.
On Wednesday, she took to her Instagram page to tease the rescue center's website. The photo featured a mock representation of a retro Windows website from the early 2000s.
The website featured a cute logo that identified the company as a nonprofit located in LA. Beneath the logo was a small dialogue box that revealed the address of the website — orangetwinsrescue.com.
In her caption, Grande urged her fans to follow the organization's official Instagram page. The page, @orangetwinsrescue, has been around since December 2019 when the organization shared donation drives for homeless animals up for adoption.
The talented musician also shared the same photo on her Twitter page. Like she did on Instagram, the animal lover once again urged her fans to follow @orangetwinsrescue on Instagram.
The announcement comes close to two weeks after Grande dropped her album, "Positions." The album is her sixth studio album, and since it's release, it has been doing a lot of numbers.
The source revealed that the pair spends a lot of time at her home, "being low-key."
Reportedly, every track from the album ended up on the Rolling Stone top 100 songs chart. The album's lead single titled "Positions," was the most popular song in the US last week, and as it rose, "34+35" debuted behind it.
Some of her collaborations also made into the top 10. They include "Motive," where she featured Doja Cat and "Off the Table" with The Weeknd. The outstanding album was allegedly inspired by Grande's boyfriend of seven months, Dalton Gomez.
A source told E! News that the gorgeous singer is completely in love with Gomez, and they are currently engaged in what has been tagged a very "healthy" relationship.
The singer loves that he balances her out and believes that his down-to-earth attitude keeps her grounded, especially when the "crazy industry" gets her worked up.
The source revealed that the pair spends a lot of time at her home "being low-key." The star is in love, and she wanted everyone who listened to her album to know it.
Finally, the source admitted that Grande is in a happy place and her fans who witnessed her messy breakup with ex-fiancé Pete Davidson are just glad she has moved on.