Pete Davidson seems to joke about rushing to propose in a "Saturday Night Live" promotion. And the ex-fiance Ariana Grande does not have fun.
It seems that Ariana Grande is saying "thank you, next door" to her engagement ring.
The singer posted a photo on Instagram on Sunday without her striking rock from ex-boyfriend Pete Davidson, replaced by a more discreet diamond ring.
She subtitled the Instagram post with lyrics of her post-break anthem, and wrote: "… n, I'm fine with that."
The new bling seems to be a friendship ring, shared with some of his friends, including the singer Njomza and the influential Alexa Luria. She posted a video on her Instagram story showing the small solitary diamonds with two of her friends.
Grande and Davidson, both 25, ended their month-long relationship in October after Davidson proposed to him in May. The break came just over a month after Grande's ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller, died of a drug overdose.
He released "Thank you, next" on November 3, with the first lines of the song mentioning Davidson along with his other former Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez and Miller.
Ariana Grande presents the debut of "Thank u, next" in "The Ellen DeGeneres Show". (Photo: Michael Rozman / Warner Bros.)
Leaving the old ring is not the only recent change that Grande has made. The singer of "God is woman". He changed his signature pigtail for a shorter hairstyle last week.
Grande also seems to have covered the tattoo he shared with the cast member of "Saturday Night Live."
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