Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson have been broken for less than a month, but the singer seems to have already…
Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson have been broken for less than a month, but the singer seems to have already moved into the acceptance phase of the grief process.
Grande, 25, performed her latest single, “Thank You, Next” at “Ellen DeGeneres Show” on Wednesday, and was not subtle when she referred to her failed involvement in “SNL” comedian.
Not only did she have a wedding dress with lace accents and thighs-high white boots, but Grande also had the whole scene as wedding reception ̵
1; complete with white cake, table settings and lots of flowers.
Employed by Victoria Monét and Tayla Parx, both of which have written credits on the violin song, called Grande’s ex-Pete Davidson, Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez and Mac Miller, the pop star paid “The First Wives Club” in both costumes and performance.
Trio’s choreography channeled Goldie Hawn, Bette Midler and Diane Keaton e of “You Do not Own Me” in the 1996 film, following a trio of divorces seeking revenge on their former husband.
This marked the first time Grande has performed the song live since it released on Saturday.  Although he fell over a failure that almost caused her to fall, Grande became shocked at one point during her performance, holding back tears while singing to go down the hall with his mother one day.