Ariana Grande covers up Pete Davidson tattoo with a plaster

Ariana Grande covered her Pete Davidson tattoo with a Band-Aid – Lifestyle

Ariana Grande covered her Pete Davidson tattoo with a Band-Aid – Lifestyle

As we reported, the singer performed a song at the taping of NBC's A Very Wicked Halloween - a special, the source claims, Pete was "happy" she was able to perform.

According to the source, even her whirlwind relationship with Pete served as a "big distraction" for Grande, but following their split "reality sank in".

"It's hard not to bump into news n stuff that I'm not trying to see rn [right now]", she continued.

As for her love life, it appears things have been put on hold.

The 25-year-old singer was also no longer wearing the Dollars 100,000 engagement ring Davidson had gifted her.

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Ariana, 25, shared sneak peek pictures from the show on Thursday night as she announced the United Kingdom release date would be in two weeks' time, on 1 November.

The pair ended their engagement almost five months after the Saturday Night Live star, 24, proposed in June, just weeks after they began dating following Grande's May breakup from rapper Mac Miller, who died in September of a suspected drug overdose. She wrote that she could not believe her anxiety was going to take over her. Now that the split is official and confirmed, Ariana Grande is taking a social media break.

Right some time after the split, Ariana Grande also used social media to talk about her anxiety. "Love u. And thank u for bein here always".

This was the first time she addressed her breakup with Pete and later deleted the post within a few hours. Honestly, the woman needs some time off.

And in September - shortly after the tragic death of her close friend and ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller - Grande's team told E! that she and Davidson wouldn't attend the 2018 Emmy Awards, because "Ariana is going to take some much needed time to heal and mend". Regardless of whether or not she does, her fans will always support her making her health a top priority.

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