Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson both referenced their high-profile breakup on Saturday - Davidson on Saturday Night Live and Grande on her latest track, Thank You, Next. So, Davidson again chose to address the pop culture elephant in the room during his appearance on a "Weekend Update" segment about some of the year's congressional candidates. She also shared images of the words and a screenshot of a song with that title playing on her phone.
"I know some of you are curious about the breakup, but the truth is, it's nobody's business, but sometimes things just don't work and that's OK", Davidson said, earnestly. But Grande put to rest that she has any animosity towards Davidson in a new song called "Thank You, Next".
She had hinted on social media that she would be releasing new music, staring with this song and then a consequent album.
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However the polite acknowledgement of their relationship comes after Ariana took to Twitter to slam Pete for "clinging to relevancy", and in which she teased the new single.
"Ariana really wrote a song about exes and emotional healing and self love without being bitter at all and as a plus it's a total bop wow I'm obsessed", wrote one fan. "Thank you, next / Thank you, next / Thank you, next / I'm so f-in' grateful for my ex".
"Thank U, Next" is an absolute bop!