But while the majority of Arianators are overwhelmed with happiness, a few bad apples keep trying to start drama.
Ariana herself is stepping in and calling out bad fans to nip this "war" in the bud.
There are plenty of fan accounts out there, across social media, that do nothing but post updates and photos of Ariana Grande.
That means reposting stuff from her social media, it means news blurbs about her social life, and it means snaps of her when she's spotted in public.
After one Ariana fan spotted Pete Davidson flipping the bird at paparazzi cameras, they expressed concern.
The fan wrote: "BRUH HE FLIPPING US OFF I'M DEAD!"
Spoiler alert: he was not flipping off fans.
Ariana herself swooped in to correct the (probably very young) fan.
"R u nuTS??????" Ariana explains, saying that Pete was flipping off "the PAPS..not YOU……???? ever…???"
It's so sweet of her to be so reassuring. But her tone does become a little stern.
"Stop w this s--t. please. forreal," Ariana pleads. "i love y’all too much for this."
You never want to see your fans stirring up drama out of thin air.
Ariana insists: "Enough w the ig / twitter war thing. it ends now."
Ariana continues to reassure her fans.
"Y'all r so loved," the singer makes clear.
She really does absolutely adore her fans -- as she should.
Ariana implores her Arianators: "Stop trying to start s--t."
That is good advice. Ariana is so happy in her life and doesn't want things to take a turn for the worst.
"Everything is so beautiful right now," Ariana writes.
Of course! Her new album's about to drop, she's engaged, she's happy. Oh, and Tuesday, June 26 was her birthday.
As for imagined conflicts, Ariana says: "I'm over it."
Big Mood, as some of her young fans might say.
Ariana Grande has released a couple of singles to help build up excitement for her new album.
"No Tears Left To Cry" is a powerful ballad. For "The Light Is Coming," Ariana collaborated with the incomparable Nicki Minaj -- with whom she had worked on "Side to Side" for her Dangerous Woman album.
Ariana mentioned elsewhere on social media that one of her lyrics from "The Light Is Coming" is about troublemakers.
Specifically, she writes: "It’s about people & their loud ass opinions making them deaf to others & the light."
As we mentioned, Tuesday was Ariana's birthday! She is 25 years old -- finally old enough to rent a car, even though anyone who doesn't know who she is would probably still card her if she went into a bar.
(Though, let's be real ... who doesn't know who Ariana Grande is? Imagine leading such an empty life and take pity on any such person)
Some people tried to crack bad jokes about Pete Davidson "robbing the cradle" when he and Ariana started dating, but nothing could be further from the truth.
Pete is still 24. He's a few months younger than Ariana.
He's just 15 inches taller than she is, folks.
We know that Pete feels like he won a contest and acts like he doesn't deserve to be with Ariana, but they're both great and they both deserve happiness.
It's a shame that some fans can't help but see drama where it doesn't exist. We can't say that it's a surprise, though.