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Pop superstar Ariana Grande recently confirmed her engagement to Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson, and it’s been noted that the two recently were flirting about having kids on Instagram.

Now, people are speculating that Grande actually is pregnant, because of some of the imagery in her latest music video.

Her newest single “God Is a Woman” was uploaded to YouTube on Friday—where it was the top-trending video as of this writing on Saturday—and users immediately noticed some symbolism. Or what they thought/hoped was symbolism that hinted that Grande might be pregnant.

First, here’s the video. And then, we can discuss what people are saying.

In the video, Grande sits on top of the Earth, playing with weather patterns and perhaps giving us the symbolism that Grande is Mother Earth. Someecards investigates further, writing, “At the 1:45 mark, the video shows a flurry of tiny Arianas dancing. Then, a larger Ariana emerges from the hive and turns to look at the camera before looking down at her stomach. At this point her stomach explodes into a flock of tiny flowers.”

There’s also this image that, um, doesn’t leave much to the imagination where Grande appears to be gazing down at her swollen belly.

Ariana Grande pregnant God Is a Women video Ariana Grande/YouTube

Some of her fans, meanwhile, went bonkers at the possibilities of a baby Grande.

https://twitter.com/sometimesariana/status/1017807881499041793

Other commenters, though, were quick to refute the notion, writing things like, “No, it’s supposed to represent God giving birth to the world. Y’all wild” and “issa joke yall chill.”

Neither Grande nor Davidson have made any comments about whether Grande is pregnant, though Davidson, after the video came out, was quick to write on her Instagram account, “YUM YUM YUM.”

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Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz

Josh Katzowitz is a staff writer at the Daily Dot specializing in YouTube and boxing. His work has appeared in the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and Los Angeles Times. A longtime sports writer, he's covered the NFL for CBSSports.com and boxing for Forbes. His work has been noted twice in the Best American Sports Writing book series.