Ariana Grande Knew Pete Davidson Would Mention Her On ‘SNL’

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Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson have been broken up for less than a month, but the singer seems to have already moved into the acceptance phase of the grieving process.

"Oh, my god!" Grande shouted as she recovered from the fall, then nearly seamlessly continued performing.

Grande, 25, performed her latest single, "Thank U, Next," on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" on Wednesday, and wasn't subtle about referencing her failed engagement to the "SNL" comedian.

Safe to say, this woman is one strong and awesome idol to many - but she keeps churning out the songs because, hey, we all deal with things differently and her creative outlet is hers to use however she wishes.

Midway through the song, she climbed on top of a chair and stumbled as she stepped down from it, but she literally laughed it off, breaking up the verse with an "Oh my god" and laughing during a couple of the following lines.

Better Days is a song that Ariana Grande performed with Victoria Monet at the One Love Manchester tribute concert.

The ladies danced around to the tune on the stage, which was set up to look like a wedding reception. Grande has kept mum about her father since then, but she did wish Butera a Happy Father's Day on Instagram past year and even wrote, "I love you".

To her credit, Grande doesn't slam Davidson or any of her exes on the track.

Host DeGeneres joked about Grande leaving, prompting her to return in a amusing confused moment.

"I know some of you are curious about the breakup but the truth is it's nobody's business and sometimes things just don't work out and that's OK", he said during "Weekend Update".

"I thought we were supposed to exit!" the singer noted.