A shoulder to lean on. After Ariana Grande ex-boyfriend Mac Miller died of a suspected overdose at the age of 26 in September, the pop star turned to her then-fiancee Pete Davidson for support. 19659002] Celebrity Splits of 2018
"Pete was 100 percent there for Ariana," tells a source Us Weekly exclusively.
Although Grande (25) had the 24-year-old Davidson to dry her tears, she found that her whirlwind romance was also a good idea too soon. The couple had started meeting in May just one month after the separation of Miller singer, with whom she had been with for two years.
In June brought us the news of Grande and Davidson's involvement. but they decided to sell it earlier this month.
"She was not ready to be in a relationship, and she saw that," the source tells Us . "Ariana pulled the plug and then they decided to cool things down for a while."
The Grammy Candidate and the Saturday Night Live star "Trying to understand things a bit," said the Source, "but they never had firm wedding plans."
When they were together, Grande and Davidson did not document their love story on Instagram. After her breakup and the death of Miller, she took a break from the spotlight as the comic cleared all accounts from his account, canceled several scheduled stand-up appearances, and even changed his phone number.