Ariana Grande fans think she's throwing shade at Pete Davidson. The singer dropped her new single, "Positions," and a very presidential-inspired music video to go along with it. In the song, Grande sings: "Heaven sent you to me. I'm just hoping I don't repeat history. Ariana really said im just hoping i dont re pete history pic. Grande and Davidson got engaged in June after just a few weeks of dating. The two called off their engagement four months later. During their short romance, Davidson got multiple tattoos commemorating his relationship with the songstress, including her signature bunny-ear mask behind his left ear. He later altered his Grande-inspired tats. During a Vogue interview , Grande called her romance with the Saturday Night Live comedian "frivolous and fun" and "highly unrealistic.
The Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson story is still ongoing. We all recall their whirlwind romance. Back in , seemingly out of nowhere, the God Is A Woman songstress and the Saturday Night Live comedian were head over heels for one another. Before we could even get used to the idea of them together, they were engaged and living together in a million-dollar high rise in New York City. However, just as quickly as their romance blossomed it crashed and burned.
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Subscriber Account active since. Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson redefined the idea of a "rebound relationship" for the rest of eternity. Mere weeks after splitting up with longtime partners — and just 24 days after initial reports claimed the two were "casually dating " — it was reported and later confirmed that the two stars were engaged to each other. If their fast-forwarded romance has given you whiplash, here's the breakdown of everything that happened between them. Fans have theorized that Grande and Davidson actually met almost four years ago, when Grande was the musical guest on "Saturday Night Live. According to fans who attended Davidson's surprise stand-up show on July 21, he confirmed that the couple originally met in and became closer when Grande hosted "SNL" two years later. Like, my friends used to make fun of me for it," Grande told Jimmy Fallon. Read more: Body language experts say Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson had tons of chemistry even before they started dating. A hundred percent.
It was released through Republic Records on August 17, alongside the album. The song was the last song recorded for Sweetener. On June 7, , Grande confirmed that recently she recorded an interlude for Sweetener. The song was later renamed to "Pete Davidson".