Ariana Grande breaks silence after Pete Davidson split

Sergio Cunningham
October 17, 2018

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson might not be over for good. The ring - a 3.03 carat diamond set in platinum - was a one of a kind, made specifically for Grande, and took weeks to complete. I sent her a picture [of engagement rings].

Grande posted photos from the Wicked taping and briefly described her feelings in another photo in her Instagram story. After the couple originally added the pet to their family, Davidson got a tattoo of the tiny pig on his ribcage.

Along with the several tattoos Davidson got in honor of Grande, the Saturday Night Live star recently tattooed Piggy Smallz's likeness on his torso.

"You know, I don't even get royalties for that "Pete Davidson" song?"

TMZ reports that Miller's death was particularly hard on Grande, who had previously been in a relationship with the late rapper. It's no secret that Ari is a musical fan - let's not forget she did release a version of Wicked's "Popular" with Mika.

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If two young, hot, rich people can't make love work then the rest of us are out here on a boat without a paddle.

A source also told the outlet that the couple's relationship was "way too much too soon" and that their choice to end the engagement was "not shocking to anyone". "She doesn't want to make any rushed decisions and has chose to take a step back instead". News that Miller's death had a huge impact on Grande.

But as Hollywood (and real life) has proven too many times over, love isn't always enough and love doesn't always laugh.

"She realized that planning a wedding right now felt very rushed", the source continued. "She doesn't want to make any rushed decisions and has chose to take a step back instead".

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