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Pete Davidson Reveals a Kinky Moment with Ariana Grande On The Set of SNL

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By Desmund Ullrich

In his new comedy special Alive From New York on Netflix, Pete Davidson reveals some intimate details about his family life and relationship with singer Ariana Grande. Whether in good taste or not, Davidson drops some bombs that he can never take back but also mentions that his comments were out of necessity given the level of stardom and public voice that his ex-fiance has in comparison to his own career.

Back in 2018, Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande’s engagement was all anyone could talk about.

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Fans of Grande were particularly elated as the ‘Thank U, Next’ mega-hit singer was previously in a string of bad and very public relationships with Mac Miller, Big Sean, Jai Brooks, Nathan Sykes, Graham Phillips, and Ricky Alvarez. Needless to say, the girl was in need of some love, but unfortunately, she and Davidson didn’t last very long either. On October 14, 2018, TMZ reported that Grande and Davidson had split up weeks after the death of Grande's ex, Mac Miller - and only four months after their engagement announcement.

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Davidson's photo even appears in her "Burn Book" of exes in the Mean Girls-inspired video of the single ‘Thank U, Next’ with several references to their relationship. In fact, his name is dropped throughout the entire same-titled album in which the singles originated from.

If you can remember the social media trend #BDE (“Big D— Energy”) last summer, it was inspired by a reference Ariana made about Pete. However, during the special Davidson speculates that the complement was made out of slight saying, “She did that so that every girl that sees my d— for the rest of my life is disappointed”.

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Pete’s rant about Ariana begins about thirty minutes into the comedy special after he talks about the backlash he got for making fun of the eye patch worn by Dan Crenshaw, a wounded veteran and GOP congressional candidate, on SNL. “I did make that guy famous and a household name for no reason,” he says. “I did what Ariana Grande did for me. I sucked his d— at SNL”.

True or not, Davidson will always have prompts for almost wife-ing the grammy-winning, former Nickelodeon star.

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In a recent interview with Charlamagne tha God, Pete confesses that he knew his relationship with Grande was over as soon as news of Mac Miller’s tragic death surfaced. He also reveals that he believes in growing a lot of relationships in general and that through relationships you become a better version of yourself. For Davidson “hurtful” is off limits and that it is all part of their careers. With all the ups and downs that we’ve seen from Pete and Ariana we are glad to see them succeed and continue to amicably share the limelight.

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