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Ariana Grande's One-Word Engagement Ring Advice Is Priceless

Ariana Grande's One-Word Engagement Ring Advice Is Priceless

The two dated briefly back in 2013 and if you recall he was in that band The Wanted.

Ariana performed "Thank U, Next" for the first time on "Ellen" earlier this week, and came close to tears when she reached a verse about getting married in the future, which also reflects on her divorced parents' relationship.

Now, of course we know the very next day Ariana released her latest single, Thank u, Next, which pays homage to her ex-lovers.

While plenty of us have been blessed with mariachis for our birthdays or other special occasions, Ariana Grande probably isn't acquainted with the joys of a mariachi turn up - until now, that is.

Then she released a song Thank You, Next in which she sings: "Even nearly got married and for Pete, I'm so thankful". In this song the young woman indulges in the open heart on her ex Pete Davidson, Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez and Mac Miller.

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Grande did speak out upon the song's debut, clarifying that "Thank U, Next" is not a diss track.

The singer has been teasing its release for some time now since the actual song itself was released in August.

Grande's response post-breakup, however, has set a new standard.

It is widely believed that Grande has a second album due out in 2018 - following just on the heels of Sweetener. And over it you could see a registered not city names but 8 song titles.

With another album already in the works, it seems Grande has been coping with the help of her craft.