It Sure Looks Like Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson Got Matching Breakup Tattoos


New promo photos released from Ariana Grande’s “Thank U, Next” music video appear to show that she and ex-fiancée Pete Davidson have matching breakup tattoos.

Davidson inked a number of tattoos for Ariana Grande (and vice versa) over the course of their relationship, including a pair of her Dangerous Woman bunny ears on his neck. Davidson later covered the tiny neck tattoo with a black heart right before their official split in October, and it looks like the move inspired Grande’s latest ink.

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Pete Davidson’s Dangerous Woman tattoo before he covered it up.


Look closely at the below screen grab from Grande’s to-be-released “Thank U, Next” video and you’ll see a tiny black heart on her left ring finger—where she used to have a tattoo of Davidson’s initials. Call it what you want, but it definitely looks like Grande followed Davidson’s suit here.



While they remain civil, Davidson and Grande are definitely broken up and have both slowly been covering up their tattoos for each other. In addition to their black hearts (the same emoji Grande has been using to promote “Thank U, Next” on social media), Grande also covered her “Reborn” tattoo for Pete Davidson with a sprig of lavender. As far as the public knows, Grande still has a “Lumos” tattoo that she got for Pete’s Harry Potter obsession, a tattoo of Pete Davidson’s late father’s fire department badge number on her foot, and the two’s matching “H2GKMO” tat, which stands for “Honest to God, knock me out,” one of Grande’s signature catchphrases.


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