Pete Davidson Address Ariana Grande Split on 'Saturday Night Live'

Carla Harmon
November 8, 2018

You know Sean, Pete, and Malcolm, but if you've given Ariana Grande's new song, "Thank U, Next", a listen or two, you may be thinking about some of the artist's exes that didn't merit a mention. After listing her experiences with each boyfriend, Ariana sings "One taught me love / One taught me patience / And one taught me pain / Now I'm so unbelievable".

In tweet, the singer said that "therapy has saved my life so many times", and told her followers that there's nothing weak about accepting you need help: "If you're afraid to seek help, don't be".

Ariana Grande is opening up about how therapy has helped her.

"She taught me love / She taught me patience / How she handles pain / That shit's awesome / I've loved and I've lost / But that's not what I see / 'Cause look what I've found / Ain't no need for searching".

Ariana also insisted she is going to focus on herself after her most recent break-up. Throughout the weekend, the singer shared fans videos and posts about the song to her Instagram Story.

Ariana Grande's new hit single about her exes left a lot of listeners saying "Thank U, what?" the first the time they heard it.

As the audience erupted with applause, he added, referring to the ode to him on Sweetener, "I'm still a great song, though!" Even though the split with Davidson was likely painful, "Thank U, Next" shows that she's turning the breakup into an opportunity for acceptance and growth.

This week she released "thank u, next", a song dedicated to her ex's who she says she's learned from and is grateful for. "And that's okay. She's a wonderful, strong person and I genuinely wish her all the happiness in the world".

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