Ariana Grande: Therapy saved my life | Arts & Entertainment

Getty Images

Getty Images

Grande dropped "Thank U, Next", her first single since calling off her engagement to Pete Davidson, half an hour before "Saturday Night Live" aired this weekend.

Pete Davidson made a decision to say some kind words about ex-fiancée Ariana Grande on "Saturday Night Live" after previewing "Thank U, Next".

Ariana Grande has struggled with an anxiety disorder for years now, but her mental illness got even worse following the tragic Manchester terrorist attack that happened in May 2017.

E! News caught up with self-proclaimed social media mogul Sunday at The Girl in the Spider's Web premiere, where he sang his sister's praises after the release of her single, "thank u, next".

"Even nearly got married, and for Pete I'm so thankful".

Su-27 fighter scrambles to intercept USA spy plane near Russian airspace
Near the city of Sevastopol, seat of the Russian fleet of the Black Sea, the aircraft approached 35 kilometers to the coast. Navy EP-3, crossing within 10 feet and executing a sharp dive below, which resulted in violent turbulence for the U.S.

"Thought I'd end up with Sean / But he wasn't a match / Wrote some songs about Ricky / Now I listen and laugh", Grande's lines referencing her exes read.

"I'm so happy someone with your platform is so willing to talk so candidly about this", one Twitter user wrote.

Ariana also insisted she is going to focus on herself after her most recent break-up. But, as it turns out, she was pretty upbeat about all of them. "Wish I could say 'thank you" to Malcolm, cause he was an angel. In it, she thanks him for their relationship.

In tweet, the singer said that "therapy has saved my life so many times", and told her followers that there's nothing weak about accepting you need help: "If you're afraid to seek help, don't be". The singer of 25 years has also stopped the operation of his last album, Sweetener and has just unveiled a brand new song.

Latest News