Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande to collaborate soon? 'Sorry' singer's like on Instagram drops a hint

If Justin's recent like on a comment holds any weight, then there is a huge possibility that Ariana and Justin may soon come together for a collaboration.
justin bieber,Ariana Grande,HollywoodThe Canadian pop singer's recent Instagram activity suggests something is cooking between the two pop stars.
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Justin Bieber and wife Hailey Baldwin had the time of their lives over the weekend at the annual Coachella music festival. The recently married couple were seen enjoying some epic sets by their favourite artists and the one which garnered the most attention was their friend Ariana Grande's show which had fans swooning over the fact that Justin too showed up at the festival to attend her set. While Hailey was spotted with bestie Kendall Jenner, Justin spent time with them and shared a picture of the two on his Instagram. 

Taking to his own Twitter account, Justin had shared a video of himself at Ariana's concert and congratulated the star on her show. However, the Canadian pop singer's recent Instagram activity suggests something is cooking between the two pop stars. If Justin's recent like on a comment holds any weight, then there is a huge possibility that Ariana and Justin may soon come together for a collaboration. 

On Instagram, the 'Sorry' singer ended up liking a comment which read, "justin drew bieber I DARE YOU to like this comment if you are guys are working on a collaboration", on a photo of the '7 rings' star. With Justin's positive reply, it confirms in some way or the other that their fans may soon get to see them together: Take a look at the screenshot of the comment below: 

 

However, the idea of collaboration may be a far fetched one considering that Justin Bieber had mentioned earlier that he won't be making any new music before he is in a good place in terms of his mental health. The singer has been battling depression and has withdrawn himself from any and all public engagements. 

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