Ariana Grande is Wearing a Brand New Diamond Ring, & It’s So Sparkly

  • Ariana Grande and Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson called off their engagement in October 2018.
  • Grande has since dropped her break-up single—”thank u, next”—and made some pretty shady comments on social media about not rushing into getting engaged.
  • Fans spotted the singer’s new ring on social media, which she appears to be wearing in place of her engagement ring from Davidson.

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Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson’s whirlwind engagement and subsequent split was one of the summer’s most publicized relationships. Sadly, their love story came to an end in mid-October, with a source revealing to People that, for Grande, the relationship was “way too much too soon.”

Grande isn’t wearing her engagement ring from Davidson anymore, and she reportedly returned the rock (which was worth a staggering $93,000) to her ex already. But she appears to have replaced it with another (possibly better) ring.

Fans noticed the ring in a bathroom selfie the “god is a woman” singer posted over the weekend:

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…. n I’m so good with that

A post shared by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on Nov 17, 2018 at 5:55pm PST

A selfie taken with two of her close friends gave us a closer look at Grande’s new ring, which she’s wearing on that all-important finger:

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‘would u like us to assign someone to butter your muffin?’

A post shared by Ariana Grande (@arianagrande) on Nov 19, 2018 at 8:32am PST

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ELLE points out that a fan account posted a clip that was originally shared on Grande’s Instagram Stories, featuring the singer with two of her close friends, influencer Alexa Luria, and singer Njomza, posing with their matching diamond rings:

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{NEW} @arianagrande via Instagram Stories! ♡ #arianagrande #sweetener #thankunext

A post shared by Ariana Grande IG Stories (@arianaigstories) on Nov 5, 2018 at 9:34pm PST

Who needs an engagement ring when you can just buy your own diamonds?