Ariana Grande's advice for couples wanting to get engaged: 'Don't'

Ariana Grande's One-Word Engagement Ring Advice Is Priceless

While plenty of us have been blessed with mariachis for our birthdays or other special occasions, Ariana Grande probably isn't acquainted with the joys of a mariachi turn up - until now, that is.

According to the Grande's Twitter and Instagram stories, her very best friends surprised her with a five-piece mariachi band playing the already iconic break-up anthem.

Shortly after the 25-year-old singer split from the Saturday Night Live star, it was revealed she had returned the $93,000 (R1,33 million) pear-shaped diamond ring to Pete with "no struggle" and was "quick to fork it over".

Grande did speak out upon the song's debut, clarifying that "Thank U, Next" is not a diss track. "He violated that agreement and it really hurt her", a source told the publication.

And hopefully, her head wasn't feeling too sore this morn.

Ariana Grande has issued a new music video for "Breathin", the latest single from her album "Sweetener".

The singer ended her series of tweets with a reference to her emotional support pig, Piggy Smallz.

Ariana Grande might be so f*cking grateful for her ex. but that certainly hasn't stopped the Thank u, Next singer from making not-so-subtle digs at her former fiancé, Pete Davidson, all over social media.

Once "Thank U, Next" hit radio waves, The Atlantic considered Grande to have "conquered the breakup song", while the website Jezebel described the bop as "petty". It's a fleeting glimpse, but in a split second you can see two new dainty tats sitting right behind her ear.

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