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Ariana Grande & Pete Davidson Call Off Engagement & Break Up

Ariana Grande & Pete Davidson Call Off Engagement & Break Up

Ariana also recently openly admitted to fans that she had "been thru hell and back (sic)' and was doing her 'best to keep going".

Ariana Grande has been having a hard time since the passing of her former boyfriend Mac Miller.

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson have split up, and their engagement has been called off, according to TMZ.

The pair say the timing was off on their relationship and while they still have love for one another, things are over romantically, a source close to the couple told TMZ.

This comes after a whirlwind relationship for the two, which included an engagement in May just a couple weeks after they were reported to first even be dating.

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Grande began dating Davidson nearly immediately after her split with Mac Miller went public.

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

"Someone I'm very close to was supposed to come sing for you today, and because of things that she's going through, she couldn't be here today", manager Scooter Braun told the audience, according to E!

It's over between pop star Ariana Grande and Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson. In a statement to People, a source said the engagement was "too much too soon" and that Grande needs time to heal. When Miller overdosed, Grande faced a mountain of unfair and uneducated backlash from internet warriors who blamed her for his death.

The singer is also more than a year removed from a bombing at her concert in Manchester, England that left 22 dead.