Ariana Grande or Pete Davidson have yet to officially announce the split. Leading Jost to say that a man 'doesn't always have to be the breadwinner in a relationship, ' to which Davidson replied, 'Right, he does not-last night I switched her birth control with Tic Tacs. Executive producer Lorne Michaels said it was because of "emotional reasons".
According to E! News, her manager Scooter Braun had to apologise to the crowd after revealing Ariana wouldn't be gracing the stage as planned.
Grande recently expressed that she was going through a hard time, canceling some appearances and tweeting a lot of personal messages to fans saying she needed a break and lamenting the negativity that was thrown her way. The two have been inseparable ever since, attending Aretha Franklin's funeral together and adopting a pet pig.
Michaels later spoke about Grande in an interview on the podcast Origins with James Andrew Miller while explaining how the cast and crew manage to put on a live show each week. He recently covered up a Grande-inspired neck tattoo - but a source told Page Six last week the "SNL" star had it transformed to match a tattoo the pop singer had inked on her body.More news: Thousands rally in Chicago against Trump’s ‘anti-woman agenda’
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Amidst the reactions and speculation on the relationship, a recent SNL clip of Davidson has been making the rounds. You know that? Like, if we break up, and we won't - we will - but we won't.
But things took a darker turn a few weeks ago when news broke that Ariana's longtime ex-boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller, had died of a drug overdose.
As of Sunday, Grande has not removed mentions and photos of Davidson from her social media accounts, but Davidson has disabled his social accounts.
The couple even took in Miller's dog after the singer's sudden death.