Published: Mon, October 22, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Ariana Grande hide her "Pete" tattoo with band-aid

Ariana Grande hide her

Grande, who was seen recording a segment for NBC's "A Very Wicked Halloween" musical special had covered up the "Pete" tattoo on her ring finger with a band-aid, as per reports.

Ariana Grande's family are "definitely anxious about her" following her split from Pete Davidson. In a now deleted Instagram story from yesterday, she announced that she was going to take a well deserved social media break.

"Time to say bye bye to the internet for just a lil bit", she continued.

Grande's posts about the Wicked special are the closest she's come to addressing the split rumors, though People reports that she wasn't wearing her engagement ring during her performance.

Pete Davidson's Dangerous Woman bunny ears.

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"Can't believe I nearly let my anxiety ruin this for me today!"

Right some time after the split, Ariana Grande also used social media to talk about her anxiety. I have been anxious that someone is going to call up and tell me they've made a mistake and chosen the wrong presenter, because this seems just too good to be true. Both Pete and Ariana have been in contact but decided "it's best to be physically apart", even though "they still care about each other". Davidson is staying with his family in New York City, not the Chelsea apartment that Grande owned and he shared with her and Piggy Smallz. On Oct. 13, just one day before news of a possible split hit the Internet, Grande cancelled a performance at a cancer benefit that was attended by her manager Scooter Braun, who told attendees that the singer "needs this time".

Ariana's struggle comes after the tragic death of Mac following an apparent drug overdose on September 7, which caused her to take time away from her music career in order to allow herself time to heal. News that Miller's death had a huge impact on Grande and Davidson.

In a thank you message, she praised the background singers, "stunning" orchestra and conductor Steve Sidwell.

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