Ariana Grande & Pete Davidson: It's Over!

Ariana Grande & Pete Davidson: It's Over!

However, Grande expressed via social media that she was having a hard time recently while she called off several appearances too.

The charity gig would have marked the No Tears Left to Cry hitmaker's first show since mourning the loss of her ex, Miller, who died from a suspected drug overdose in September, aged 26.

"The two still have love for each other, but things are over romantically", TMZ says.

The couple confirmed their engagement back in May, just weeks after they had begun dating.

According to E! News, her manager Scooter Braun had to apologise to the crowd after revealing Ariana wouldn't be gracing the stage as planned. The report of her relationship ending comes on the heels of a cancelled performance at a cancer benefit this weekend, where Trevor Noah performed in her place.




Pete has since deleted his Instagram account, just a week after returning to the social media site.

'I believe in us and all, but I just want to make sure that she can't go anywhere, ' he said during an appearance on SNL.

Grande was also happy to speak about her blissful life with Davidson.

In the wake of the emotional roller coaster, it appears Grande's relationship with now-former fiancee Pete Davidson has fallen apart. Sources close to the couple reportedly told The Blast Grande needs time to "work on herself".

Putting aside the Swimming rapper's death, Ariana also experienced one of Britain's great tragedies when a suicide bomber murdered 22 people at her show in Manchester past year.

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