Ariana Grande celebrates first Grammy victory from 'lowkey' party at home


Judging by how each and every one of his Ariana Grande-inspired tattoos is slowly going away, it seems like Pete Davidson is moving on from their failed engagement.

"You, husband, thank you". These days, Grande continues to release new music about her former flames.

Grande ended up winning a Grammy for her fourth album Sweetener, and tweeted out her thank you when she found out.

Directly after the announcement and during the rapper's acceptance speech, Grande sent out five tweets in quick succession: "what", "f-", "trash", "bulls-", and "literal bulls-". "I'm always honored to be included". On Saturday, tattoo artist Jon Mesa took to Instagram to show off the new ink that he did on Davidson's back. Ask Mary J. Blige, who was scared shitless to go out there and do 'No More Drama.' I basically worked with her to mold it.

Miller died of an accidental drug overdose past year at age 26.

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On social media, Ariana posted a photo of herself in the strapless white Zac Posen gown she had planned to wear, completing the look with blinged-out jewels and her signature ponytail.

Divulging further, Ariana wrote: "anyone who knows me knows me knows. like. i'm twenty five. i was five here. the only difference now is that hand now says bbq grill finger".

The pop star added on Twitter that, while she was happy to be nominated, she was staying home from the awards show to be by her son's side.

She won rap album ahead of Swimming for the late Mac Miller, Daytona for Pusha T, Astroworld for Travis Scott and Victory Lap for Nipsey Hussle. She thanked record execs and collaborators by name, then shouted out her daughter while explaining the challenge of completing the album while pregnant.