Ariana Grande is not rushing to speak about calling off her engagement.
This has been a tumultuous year for Ariana Grande. 2018 has been filled with highs and lows for the superstar. She released an album, lost her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller, got engaged to Pete Davidson and then ended said engagement. It's understandable for Ariana to be in a dark place right now. The most recent reports point to Mac Miller's death being a turning point in Grande's relationship with Pete Davidson, marking the moment she could no longer focus all of her attention on their upcoming wedding. The two broke up over the weekend and Ariana's first post since the split makes no reference to her now ex-fiance.
The entertainer posted an image of her script for the upcoming A Very Wicked Halloween. Grande has been cancelling appearances left and right but she maintains that she'll be singing during the upcoming Wicked special. "Wouldn’t miss it for the whole universe," she said, "honored to be included in this celebration of 15 years of my favorite musical of all time." Many have been expecting Ariana to speak out on her breakup with Pete Davidson but she appears to be taking her time in addressing the issue.
Her fans have been congratulating her on the role, pouring out their heartfelt messages during what must be a tough time for the singer.