"No", she told him and Davidson said: "O for 3", referencing his breakup with Grande - and his other failed relationships. "You wanna get married?" a blue-haired Davidson asks the singer. From announcing their relationship together earlier this year to getting engaged only a few weeks after, the relationship has been moving very fast and very publicly.
The God Is A Woman singer took to Twitter on Thursday to respond to the promo, according to PEOPLE. "For somebody who claims to hate relevancy [you] sure love clinging to it huh", Grande tweeted, before adding, "Thank [you], next". "Anyone would be hurt after an engagement was broken off", a source close to Davidson tells ET. In a series of now-deleted tweets, Grande seemed to find it amusing that Davidson "hated relevancy" in their relationship but continues to talk about her.
Grande eventually tweeted "k that's the last time we do that", then deleted the messages without elaborating.
We're told Pete's Ariana-themed joke killed this week around the office, and he even tried to write a sketch about it, but it hasn't made the cut yet for this week's show.
U.S. signals Iran oil sanctions waivers possible
The United States is preparing to re-impose a new set of sanctions on Tehran's oil and banking sector on 4 November. The more-active January Brent contract fell 91 cents to end the session at $75.04 a barrel.
Venetians continue to eat pizza during city floods
In Rome, more than 100 trees were felled by high winds, and ports reported damage from the storm, including to moored boats. The climate has triggered a flood alert across the country, thereby ensuring schools remain shut for the last two days.
Trump Tweets Willie Horton-Like Anti-Immigration Ad
That ad, paid for by a PAC associated with the Bush campaign, is considered a classic example of racist dog whistling. Bracamontes, who had previously been deported twice, was sentenced to death for the murders earlier this year.