It is said that Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson are calling for his resignation. The couple met on "Saturday Night Live" and committed just weeks after their relationship was official on Instagram in May.

All the love of Ariana Grande is being monopolized by a special person.

Almost a month after canceling her engagement with Pete Davidson, the singer of "God is a woman" revealed "the absolute love of my life", her pet pig, Piggy Smallz.

"I have no idea what I did … to deserve it," wrote Grande in Twitter Wednesday.

Grande first introduced his new pet to enchanted fans last month in his Instagram stories, publishing cute and tender videos with a beautiful little stroller.

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Piggy Smalls joined Grande's family while she was still with Davidson.

The cast member of "Saturday Night Live" spoke about the adoption of the pig in "Late Night With Seth Meyers". Apparently it happened quickly.

"She said: 'I want a pig', and then it appeared," Davidson told the host of "SNL" who had turned to the night. "It's a bougie pig … I love it, I want it to grow and be fat."

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Five months after the couple's whirlwind (only two weeks after they started dating), singer Ariana Grande and comedian "Saturday Night Live", Pete Davidson, have left out. (Photo: JASON SZENES / EPA-EFE)

Grande's soul mate is her star. last single, "breain". The music video is three minutes and 18 seconds of a lot of images of your pig sniffing a fluffy blanket. And it's adorable

As for fans' questions about Piggy Smallz's favorite song in "Sweetner?"

"She is a pig," Grande replied.

Related: The video of Ariana Grande shows three minutes of her pet and is glorious.

Grande briefly walked away from social networks after breaking his silence on Pete Davidson last week.

Per E! News and People, Grande made reference to his breakup for the first time in an Instagram-deleted Stories post since then, and tells fans that the Internet has become too hard to bear when he recovers.

"Ok, today was very special and I am very grateful to have been there," he wrote, referring to his upcoming appearance on NBC's "A Very Wicked Halloween: Celebrating 15 Years on Broadway."

"It's time to say goodbye to the Internet for just a little," he continued. "It's hard not to hit news and things that I'm not trying to see, it's very sad and we're all trying to move forward, I love you, and thank you for always being here."

Related: Ariana Grande finally addresses the breakup of Pete Davidson, calls him "very sad"

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