Ariana Grande Offers Savage Advice To Anyone Wanting To Get Engaged

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Ariana Grande jinxed herself with "No Tears Left To Cry".

The 25-year-old singer/songwriter was one of her exes who wasn't mentioned when her breakup anthem, "Thank U Next", hit airwaves - and he's definitely okay with that. On Thursday evening, two of the singer's close friends hired a mariachi band to surprise her with a traditional serenata. For those of you who don't know, the acronym is not only a necessary component for a great night's sleep, but it's also the title to one of her favorite songs from her Sweetener album, Billboard reports.

Grande did speak out upon the song's debut, clarifying that "Thank U, Next" is not a diss track.

She and Parx both shared videos of the mariachi band's performance on their own Instagram accounts, too.

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She's pretty generous if you ask me, compared to the typical airing of dirty laundry we see from other newly single artists. And it really is a phrase Grande's been using for years, as fans discovered, although she might not have been using it to refer to her past relationships before.

"I dunno man. Life may not be what u expect", she tweeted. Only. So after a first video, where she presented her pig Piggy Smalls, the singer has released a new clip. We'll check in on Ariana Grande and some interesting Instagram comments she made, then deleted, all about Pete Davidson. News it's her "happy place".

In the song, the singer refers to her former flames Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez, Pete Davidson and the late Mac Miller - but there was no reference to Nathan.

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