Ariana Grande to Take A Social Media Break After Split

Lawrence Kim
October 22, 2018

Right now, there are so many stories going around about Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson's split that people just aren't quite sure what to believe. It's the first time he's been spotted since he and Ariana Grande broke up and called off their engagement.

Luckily, the star has found an "attentive" support system in her friends and family, especially her mother and brother Frankie.

"Pete had to give her that space out of love".

Also, Davidson wants only good things for Grande.

This one, also, seems to have been covered up.

On Tuesday night, the singer addressed the breakup for the first time. "It's very sad and we're all tryin very hard to keep going. love u. and thank u for bein here always", she wrote in a since-deleted Instagram Story.

Her social media accounts are still active. She did not attend the 2018 Emmys in order to "take some much needed time to heal and mend".

The multi-award winning, Grammy-nominated American singer, TV and film actress will exclusively perform new material from her recent album Sweetener, as well as some of her biggest hits, accompanied by an all-female orchestra. After all, she's had an incredibly hard year, between the anniversary of the Manchester arena bombing, Miller's sudden death and now, her rumored breakup with Davidson. They told E! News, "Their relationship was complicated and while they made each other happy, the passing of her ex-boyfriend weighed heavily on the two of them".

Our beloved pop princess will return to United Kingdom television 16 months on from "One Love Manchester" with her very own one-hour live show on the BBC.

The comedian was previously scheduled to perform at Temple University in Pennsylvania on Wednesday, but canceled at the last minute; Adam DeVine was booked as a replacement.

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