Ever since Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson confirmed that they have canceled their engagement, fans of the Whirlwind romance are wondering: what happens to Grande's $ 93,000 engagement ring?
At the moment it's unclear if it's official Davison returned. Yesterday, however, she gave her first public appearance since separating without the three-featured amazing sparkler on her left ring finger.
The singer, 25, was out in N.Y.C. without her pear-shaped ring on her hand during her performance of "The Wizard and I" for taping Wicked's Anniversary Special, which airs on NBC later this month. Instead, she had a bandage wrapped around her ring finger, right where she had tattooed Davidson's name in italics.
Davidson had asked the question this summer after a few weeks dating with a three-carat, pear-shaped $ 93,000 engagement ring from NYC celebrity jeweler Greg Yun.
In an interview with E! News, Yun revealed that Davidson asked him for help to find the perfect ring.
"Pete called me in late May and said," Look, I'm getting a ring. This is what I want. "And I told him that I have the right ring tone for him," Yuna said to E! "He did not tell me who it was for, but he said I should keep it a secret, he did not tell me about it."
On June 2nd, Grande was cast in the dazzling sparkler of the Wango Tango Concert iHeartRadio seen in LA
The pear-shaped diamond is a popular cut in Hollywood at the moment: Cardi B, Paris Hilton and Sophie Turner are rocking the shape.
"Because the stone is flatter, pear-shaped stones are larger than cushions or round and result in a very elongated appearance," Jason Arasheben jeweler Jason of Beverly Hills, People the rise in popularity the pear.
The couple started in May shortly after they both split from their previous flames. Grande had already made an appointment with the late rapper Mac Miller and Davidson announced in mid-May his breakup with his girlfriend, actress Cazzie David.
The couple broke up on Saturday. "It was too early," a Grande source told the people. "It's not shocking to anyone."
A source also said that the death of Miller influenced Grande. "It's true that after her death, Ariana is a little bit struggling with life in general," she added, "It was devastating and shocking for her, it had a big, negative impact on her life, leaving her many Rethinking things in their lives. "