Ariana Grande’s New Single Needs a Cover — Which Cover Pic Do You Prefer? (PHOTO)
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Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande’s New Single Needs a Cover — Which Cover Pic Do You Prefer? (PHOTO)

Ariana Grande needs your help, Arianators! And no, it doesn’t involve a can of hairspray and a teasing comb. Instead, the diva-in-training is seeking your help in choosing the cover art for the lead single off her forthcoming sophomore album.

The “Baby I” singer sent out the S.O.S. on Instagram, posting the two gorgeous black-and-white pics that are up for contention for the untitled single's cover art. She added: “Neither have been edited properly but I wanted to get your input on which cover y'all like better for my upcoming single... whatcha think? #coverproblem.”

The first image is a bit of an illusion, showing a closeup of the 20-year-old’s face partially shadowed. Meanwhile, the second image is a bit edgier, showing off Ariana’s long limbs in over-the-knee white boots and bootie shorts. Naturally, we love them both, but there’s something to be said about Ariana’s natural swagger in the second photo. She’s all grown up!

Which one do you prefer? Take a look at the options below and tell Ariana what you think on Instagram!

The pop star is gearing up to release her sophomore album this year after the success of her debut album Yours Truly. Last month, she previewed four tracks off the untitled project, and most recently, a sneak peek of her collaboration with Chris Brown — called "Don't Be Gone Too Long" — was released. The catchy dance single was supposed to be released late last month but was pushed back after Chris Brown was sent to jail for violating probation.

Are you excited for Ariana to reign supreme over the charts again? Sound off in the comments!

Crystal Bell is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment and our resident fangirl for all things Pretty Little Liars. Follow her on Twitter and Google+!

04.15.2014 / 12:00 AM EDT by Crystal Bell
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