Pop star Ariana Grande released a surprise single, in which she ex-fiancee Pete Davidson on the stage for the evening episode "Saturday Night Live" checked shortly before the comedian.
The new song from Grande, "Thank U, Next", comes just days after the singer responded on Twitter after Davidson had a joke during a promo show this week.
"For someone who claims to hate relevance, you cling to him securely," wrote Grande, before he followed: "Thank you, next." Both tweets were then deleted.
The new song refers to the other ex singers of the singer such as rapper Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez and the late rapper Mac Miller in the opening lines.
"I thought I would end up with Sean, but he was not a match, I wrote a few songs about Ricky, now I listen and laugh – even almost married and so grateful for Pete, I wish I could say: "Thanks & Malcolm & # 39 ;, because he was an angel. "
Grande and Davidson announced their breakup on October 14 after a four-month engagement. A source told Fox News that their separation was imminent after Miller died of a presumptive overdose on September 7.
The show on Saturday was twice focused on the dissolution of the couples' headlines.
During a sketch with guest actress Candice Bergen, star "Murphy Brown" ordered a drink called Pete Davidson. What a drink it was, joked Bergen: "I just know that it is busy, but it still manages the work."
In a later appearance in the "Weekend Update" segment of the show Davidson addressed the separation directly.
"I know some of you are curious about the separation, but the truth is, it's nobody's business, and sometimes things just do not work and that's fine. She is a wonderful, strong person, and I sincerely wish her all the luck in the world, "he said. Now go to Tuesday for election. "
Ryan Gaydos of Fox News contributed to this report.