Ariana Grande breaks her silence following break-up with Pete Davidson

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Ariana Grande may have called off her wedding to Pete Davidson, but that won't put a stop to her fangirling.

Ariana also posted an image on Tuesday of herself with Idina Menzel, 47, who originated the role of Elphaba in the Broadway musical in 2003.

The "No Tears Left to Cry" singer announced her engagement to Davidson in June, following a whirlwind weeks-long romance.

They posited that gender conventions, celebrity culture, and power imbalance may have been at play: "Grande and Davidson's relationship captivated onlookers because of its speed, intensity, and incredibly public nature". With Ariana being one of the biggest music stars in the world, the word was bound to get out. However, it doesn't appear that there was any big real change overnight that caused the split, but instead it was a drawn out process that began with Mac Miller's death from overdose last month, according to TMZ.

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Grande has revealed her struggles with anxiety, which have become more acute since the death of her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller. The two quickly confirmed this, thanks to helpful Instagram photos, such as the one where they posed wearing "Harry Potter" robes. The two then got tattoos in honor of their relationship. The ring reportedly cost $100,000.

Following the surprising news about their split, Pete Davidson deleted his social media accounts. (Yes, she did.) And did Davidson say they adopted a baby pig and named it Piggy Smallz? After the couple originally added the pet to their family, Davidson got a tattoo of the tiny pig on his ribcage.

In an interview with GQ, Davidson said that he was ready to pick out a ring for Grande the day they met.