Ariana Grande is taking a social media break after a hectic weekend. But if you're a glass half-full kind of person, take solace in this: it's not permanent (yet).
The "God Is a Woman" singer covered up her "Pete" tattoo during her pre-taped performance in the upcoming Wicked musical special on Tuesday.
She had also removed her $100,000 engagement ring, which she reportedly returned to Pete immediately after their split.
The singer said that after her SNL hosting gig the two didn't exchange numbers, and they weren't even really friends, but she had "the biggest crush in the whole world on him the whole time like forever", and her friends used to make fun of her. It's a stretch, but we're going to take this as a sign that Ariana and Pete's split is temporary (like their respective S.O. tats probably should have been).
"Time to say bye bye again to the internet for just a lil bit", Grande, 25, continued. The singer, 25, took to her Instagram Story on October 16 to let her followers in on how she's feeling. While getting ready for her performance, Grande revealed that her high anxiety nearly caused her to back out of the recording.
As fans know, Grande was hit hard by the traumatic overdose death of her ex, Mac Miller, on September 7.