"Cursed" Pete Davidson covers up Ariana Grande tattoo

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Thank U, Next is the flawless follow up to Sweetener, as Ariana Grande crashes back to reality and is forced to find new ways to cope. "So I didn't know what was gonna happen [with "thank u, next"]". The titular single breakup anthem, however, was eventually topped by "7 rings".

Break Up With Your Girlfriend, I'm Bored has proved to be a standout cut from Thank U, Next, and the music video is ultra sultry, featuring a love triangle between Ari, her lover (played by Riverdale actor Charles Melton) and his other woman who is a doppelganger for the singer. The problem that Grande's fans face is this: Grande just released the new single "Break Up With Your Boyfriend, I'm Bored", and they want to see it make its chart debut in the No. 1 spot. Grande and her co-writers had to consider her relationship status. In recent days, Arianators have been tweeting the hashtag #boycott7rings, even asking Grande for her support. The new songs also sat within the first 15 spots of Spotify's global and U.S. Top 200 Viral 50 playlists. However, it would appear that's something she has in common with her former fiancé Pete Davidson.

If there's anything we learned over the last couple of weeks, it's that tattoos aren't one of Ariana Grande's strengths.

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The singer is now in the midst of preparing for her Sweetener world tour, which Grande is expected to perform songs from both albums at.

Grande will then take the tour overseas, where she is set for worldwide performances in the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Ireland, and Switzerland, among other stops.

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