Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson break up, call off engagement

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A heartbroken Ariana Grande wants to be left alone to find herself after her bombshell split from Pete Davidson.

"The two still have love for each other, but things are over romantically", TMZ says.

The couple started dating in May and reports of their engagement broke in June.

In a song titled "Pete Davidson" from her most recent album, Grande sang: "Universe must have my back, fell from the sky into my lap/And I know you know that you're my soulmate and all that". The "Love Me Harder" crooner has been spending time with fiance Pete Davidson, as she continues to embrace her healing emotions and she's shared some posts in tribute to Mac on her social media since his death on September 7.

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Before entering into a seemingly bliss-filled love story, both Grande and Davidson were open about their personal struggles. The news comes only a few weeks after Ariana's ex Mac Miller passed away due to a reported overdose, though it's unclear if this is the reason for the breakup.

As for Davidson, he's continued to appear on SNL, even mentioning his former fiancee in a couple sketches.

Since then Ariana had been spotted sporting a 3-carat, $100,000 ($140kAUD) engagement ring from Pete, and dining with him at romantic restaurants across the city.

The pair was never shy about sharing affection for one another publicly, especially on social media. In May 2017, a bombing at her concert in Manchester Arena resulted in the deaths of 22 concertgoers. In a statement to People, a source said the engagement was "too much too soon" and that Grande needs time to heal.