Pete Davidson discusses Ariana Grande break-up on SNL


Take time to heal, reflect and figure out where u went wrong, what could be different what you'll change the next time around or perhaps what you'd love to see happen. In his opening monologue, which featured a cameo by Candice Bergen and Drew Barrymore, Bergen referred to a drink she was having as a "Pete Davidson".

"Don't get me wrong, I'm not insane, I know I shouldn't be making fun of how anyone looks", Pete later said before his own picture was put on the screen. "She's a wonderful, strong person and I wish her all the happiness in the world". "Now please, vote on Tuesday".

Earlier this week, Ariana tweeted and deleted some more pointed thoughts on Davidson after he joked about their relationship during an SNL promo clip with Maggie Rogers.

During a later appearance on the show's "Weekend Update", segment, Davidson addressed the breakup directly.

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She had hinted on social media that she would be releasing new music, staring with this song and then a consequent album.

Does Ariana Grande have a smash on her hands?

At the start of the almost three and half-minute track, the 21-year-old singer-songwriter gets right to it and addresses her relationships with Big Sean, Richard "Ricky" Alvarez, Mac Miller, and her former fiancé Pete Davidson.

The No Tears Left To Cry hitmaker, 25, shot back with a scathing tweet that said: 'For somebody who claims to hate relevancy you sure love clinging to it huh'.