Ariana Grande canceled Saturday Night Live premiere performance due to 'emotional reasons'

Her former partner the rapper Mac Miller died in September

Her former partner the rapper Mac Miller died in September

"We had Ariana drop out for emotional reasons two days ago", Michaels says in the previously recorded interview.

Ariana Grande anxious her Arianators on Thursday after she posted a series of concerning tweets that shed light on her emotional state in the wake of ex-boyfriend Mac Miller's death.

Ariana Grande was reportedly scheduled to perform as the musical guest during Saturday Night Live's Season 44 premiere on Saturday, Sept. 29, but dropped out this week, the show's creator Lorne Michaels revealed.

Miller, who she broke up with in May, had long suffered from addiction and died of a suspected drug overdose September 7.

Ariana Grande opened up about her personal struggles on Thursday night.

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Exhausted, Grande ultimately tweeted, "i'm so tired pls".

When one user apologised in case fans had upset her, Ariana admitted that she probably should have kept her feelings to herself.

After a few minutes, she went on: 'i'm so f***ing exhausted pls, ' and added 'jus wake me up when i'm supposed to sing or whatever. peace'.

The star has gone through one of the happiest times in her life recently, as she became engaged to her fiancé Pete Davidson.

One wrote: 'baby please rest, take all the time you need, delete social media, stay at home with people you love, take care of yourself, it's so important and you deserve this'. I really can't wrap my head around it... So many times. I'm so mad, I'm so sad I don't know what to do. I hope you're okay now.

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