Ariana Grande Returns Pete Davidson Engagement Ring, But Will Keep Pet Pig


As the couple - and the world - reel from the split, the division of assets has started becoming clear. The ring was a pear-shaped diamond set in platinum and was created specifically for the singer. "The ring was a huge symbol of their love and was hard to give up", an insider told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY. However, the pig was purchased with Grande's money and it's always truly been hers, so there was no disagreements that she would remain Piggy Smallz's full-time parent.

"You know you gotta keep, keep on breathing", the 35-year-old big brother continued, offering the encouraging words to Ariana. And by starred in, we mean the entire clip is just a loop of grainy home footage of Smallz porking around on Grande's bed. There didn't look to be any trouble in paradise as she supported him at Saturday Night Live, so it's unclear what made her decide to end things the very next day.

According to TMZ, the breakup was amicable.

Ariana Grande has spoken up for the first time since her breakup with SNL star Pete Davidson last week.

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Davidson and Grande got engaged in June after a whirlwind romance following the singer's split from longtime beau Mac Miller.

The "God Is A Woman" singer reportedly broke up with Davidson and called off their engagement following the death of ex-boyfriend Mac Miller.

Grande's struggle comes after the tragic death of Miller following an apparent drug overdose on 7 September, which caused her to take time away from her music career in order to allow herself time to heal.

"There is a possibility the couple could get together as they really care for one another, but right now they just needed to step away and regain some clarity on their wants and needs".