Ariana Grande Knew Pete Davidson Would Mention Her On ‘SNL’

Ariana Grande Knew Pete Davidson Would Mention Her On ‘SNL’

Pop star, Ariana Grande who recently released hit song, Thank u, next, will be honored with the 2018 Billboard Woman of the Year award next month.

During her performance, the 25-year-old almost fell during the song's second verse after she had climbed onto a white chair to sing a few lines. The scenery on stage matched the set for the "You Don't Own Me" scene in the movie.

"Oh, my god!" Grande shouted as she recovered from the fall, then nearly seamlessly continued performing.

In a split second, as she's getting off the chair while still singing live, you can see her stumble just a bit and she even stops singing, saying, "Oh, my God!" as she gains her balance and goes on.

"This one gon" last / "Cause her name is Ari / And I'm so good with that", she sang without missing a note, adding a self-deprecating chuckle.

Judging by social media posts earlier this week Grande did not respond well to Davidson's reference to their breakup during "SNL" promos (in one, he jokingly asked this week's musical guest, Maggie Rogers, to marry him), yet the song seems meant to clear the air.

Grande, however, wanted to ensure her listeners and followers that "thank u, next" was not meant to be a clap-back or revenge song.

Better Days is a song that Ariana Grande performed with Victoria Monet at the One Love Manchester tribute concert. "He didn't find out about Ariana's song until later, and that didn't change what he said on 'Weekend Update'". She has reached the celebrity realm where she can fuck up and it makes us like her more.

"I thought we were supposed to exit", Grande says, apologizing for the mishap.

Grande will supposedly be releasing a new album soon.

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