Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson Split, Engagement Called Off

Sergio Cunningham
October 15, 2018

According to TMZ, the pair chose to go their separate ways this weekend after deciding it "wasn't the right time" for them to be in a relationship.

A few days ago, people noticed Davidson covering up his bunny ears tattoo he has on his neck, for Ariana Grande.

TMZ reported that Grande's engagement ring cost about $100,000.

Grande has been going through a hard time since her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller died of an apparent overdose at 26 in September. Recently, Grande canceled another appearance, with sources claiming that the singer is experiencing challenges while she tries to "carry on with life as normal while she is massively grieving". They also moved in together during the summer.

ET has reached out to reps for Grande and Davidson.

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Our source says while things may be done for the couple for now, the two aren't ruling out the possibility of anything in the future.

The pop superstar began dating Pete in May, shortly after ending her two-year romance with tragic rapper Mac Miller, and she stunned fans weeks later by confirming they had become engaged.

As previously reported, The "Saturday Night Live" star was the first to confirm that he was engaged to the "God is a Woman" singer after dropping almost $100,000 on a ring.

In the last several weeks, she wrote a flurry of personal tweets, including one on September 27 that said, "can i pls have one okay day. just one. pls". She was set to perform at F-k Cancer's inaugural Barbara Berlanti Heroes fundraising gala, where her manager Scooter Braun gave a speech and his wife Yael Cohen Braun received an honor for her work as co-founder of the group.

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