Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson are engaged after just a couple of weeks of dating.
The whirlwind romance of Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson is over.
Multiple media outlets, including CNN and People, are reporting the division. The news was reported for the first time by TMZ. Neither Grande, 25, nor Davidson, 24, have commented, but deleted his Instagram account on Sunday night.
USA TODAY has addressed the representatives of Davidson and Grande to make comments.
Love blossomed for the pop star and the cast member of "Saturday Night Live" after they met in "SNL", and They committed themselves only a few weeks after their relationship with Instagram was official in May. The two have been inseparable ever since, they attended Aretha Franklin's funeral together and adopted a pet.
They were deceived instantly, Davidson told GQ.
"The day I met her, I said to myself: 'Hey, I'll marry you tomorrow,'" he recalled in an interview for the September issue. "She was calling my bluff."
Increasing his game, "I sent him a picture (of engagement rings)," Davidson said. "I was like," Do you like any of these? "She was like," Those are my favorites, "and I was like," Sick. " "
The singer fainted for her last love in a song titled "Pete Davidson", from her new album "Sweetener": "The universe must be on its back, falling from the sky into my lap / And I know you know that you are my soul mate and all that."
Ariana Grande did not appear at the Barbara Berlanti Heroes Gala on Saturday in Los Angeles, where she was expected to perform. (Photo: Rich Polk, Getty Images for iHeartMedia)
Grande, who has departed from acting since the death of ex-boyfriend Mac Miller, did not show up on Saturday night at the first Barbara Berlanti Heroes Gala in Los Angeles, where she was scheduled to perform.
His manager, Scooter Braun, seemed to refer to his absence from the stage, according to E!
"Someone very close to come to sing for you today, and because of the things she's been going through, she could not be here today," Scooter told the crowd gathered at the event, a fundraiser for F — Cancer. "And while I was frustrated, being the manager, my wife (Yael Cohen Braun, the co-founder of the group), being who she always is, looked at me and said:" She needs this time. "
USA TODAY has contacted representatives of the event to confirm that Grande was not present.
Former President Bill Clinton poses for a photo with Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson at Aretha Franklin's funeral in Detroit. (Photo: Paul Sancya, AP)
The gala would have marked Grande's first public appearance since Miller's death on September 7 from an apparent overdose of drugs.
The singer is scheduled to appear on "A Very Wicked Halloween: Celebrating 15 Years on Broadway," a tribute show with Kristin Chenoweth and Idina Menzel that will air on October 29 on NBC.
Last Friday, Grande released a music video for his new single "breathin", starring Piggy Smallz, the couple's pet pig.
Grande previously canceled her performance as a musical guest at the September 29 premiere of "Saturday Night Live," for "emotional reasons," executive producer Lorne Michaels announced. Kanye West replaced her, making an infamous appearance as a bottle of singer Perrier and launching into a pro-president Donald Trump rant at the conclusion of the show.
Before that, she sat down for the Emmy awards.
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"Given the events of the last couple of years, Ariana will take a much needed time to heal and heal," the Grande a People team said in a statement before the show. "She will stay close to home and use this period to spend time with her loved ones and work on new music without a deadline, and she thanks her fans for their understanding."
Miller appeared on the 2013 Breakout track "The Way" of Grande, beginning a successful working relationship. The two took things to the next level and began a romantic relationship in 2016, with Grande appearing on the single of Miller's "The Divine Feminine" "My Favorite Part" the same year.
Contributing: Erin Jensen, Sara Moniuszko and Julia Thompson
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