Buzz Bites: Watch Ariana Grande Tease Several New Tracks

Watch Ariana Grande tease new songs during a livestream.

Arianators, can you even?!

+ During a livestream last week, Ariana Grande shyly previewed new songs "My Everything," "They Don't Understand," and a few untitled tracks. Watch the video to listen to the snippets. (MTV News)

+ In other Ariana news, it looks like she's injured herself, but seems to have a sense of humor about it. "Had a party last night and in front of a lot of people I slipped on a huge surprise pile of Ophelia's piss, slammed into a wall and broke three toes. Have a great day," she texted her manager, Scooter Braun, who shared a screen grab on Instagram. Important to note: Ophelia is a dog. (Idolator)

+ The Council of Fashion Designers of America, Inc. have announced that Rihanna will receive the CFDA Fashion Icon Award on Jun. 2. Don't worry, you'll always have next year. (MTV Style)

+ Taylor Swift spent time with patients in the children's wing at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York City over the weekend. Watch her touching visit with Swiftie Shelby Huff, who's currently receiving a clinical trial at the center. (Just Jared)

+ OMG OMG OMG: The Backstreet Boys and the Spice Girls might be going on tour. TOGETHER. "We are actually in early talks about maybe doing a world tour together with the Spice Girls," BSB's Brian Littrell said to U.K. paper The Sun. (MTV News)

+ OMG OMG OMG, pt. 2: The Pixies are releasing their first full studio album since 1991's Trompe Le Monde. Taking the name of one of the songs on last year's EP1Indie Cindy compiles tracks from their three recent EPs and drops on Apr. 29. (Pitchfork)

+ Watch Diddy's, er, we mean Puff Daddy's (per the video credits) trailer for his "Big Homie" video. It features an aerial shot of Times Square and the Bad Boy mogul strolling a grocery aisle in slow-mo, along with cameos from Rick Ross, French Montana, and Meek Mill. Look for the clip on Monday. (MTV News)

Neon Trees frontman Tyler Glenn comes out as gay in this month's issue of Rolling Stone. "I've always felt like I'm an open book, and yet obviously I haven't been completely," he said. (MTV News)

Gwar frontman and founder Dave Brockie was found dead in his Richmond, VA home on Sunday. He was 50. (MTV News)

Photo credit: Ariana Grande via YouTube