Pete Davidson Tries To End Ariana Grande Break-Up Ugliness On SNL


Meanwhile an emotional Davidson referenced the split on SNL, calling her a 'wonderful, strong person'. But he kicked the bit off by joking he's paid more attention to politics more since "I moved back in with my mom".

The new song refers to the singer's other exes such as rapper Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez and the late rapper Mac Miller in its opening lines.

She also confirmed that the new song will be the last on the album.

And if you don't care about that, maybe this will strike your fancy: Tomorrow I've got to call the gas company to lock in their lowest fixed rate of the year.

You can download Ariana's "thank u, next" off of iTunes here and stream it below!

"Now please go vote on Tuesday", he added.

"For somebody who claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh", she wrote in one since-deleted tweet, writing in another, "hell naw tho".

Listen to a preview of the track below, and get it on Spotify here!

During Saturday Night Live - as the song shot up the iTunes charts and effectively blew up Twitter - Davidson addressed the breakup in an appearance on the Weekend Update.

When she rejected him, he cracked, "0 for 3", referencing his broken engagement with Grande and past attempts at love.

Davidson also debuted new blue hair in the promo, but according to ET's sources, that doesn't mean he's feeling that down about their breakup.

Before they even knew it, the Aubrey gossip was over for Ariana's fans - or at least for those who chose to believe the truth. That means that her singer pals tweeting out the name of the album was purely an act of support - not an announcement of some unstoppable super-group being on the way.

It appears Grande is on to the next.

Sources close to the couple told TMZ that the decision to split was a mutual choice, as both the pop star and Davidson felt the timing wasn't right.

Ariana Grande is moving on. "It made her rethink many things in her life".