Ariana Grande survived a suicide attack after his concert in Manchester, England, during a turbulent period of 12 months 22 killing people and breaking his two-year relationship with the rapper Mac Miller. In the 2018 Spring, friends convinced the 26-aged pop star to move from Los Angeles to New York for a "fun" summer.
But things got worse. Big met the star of "Saturday Night Live", 24 aged, Pete Davidson. The two men embarked on a "frivolous and amusing" swirling romance and engagement, but eventually lost, the singer admitted into a new interview of Vogue .
Great and Davidson continued their love story exhilaratingly, including the comedian who presented him with a 100 $ 000 pear. diamond-shaped engagement after only one month of dating.
"My friends were like," Come on! We're going to have a fun summer, "said Grande to Vogue. "And then I met Pete, and it was an incredible distraction. It was frivolous and fun and crazy and very unrealistic, and I loved it, and I did not know it. "
Not surprisingly, close to Grande or Davidson, the romance did not last, especially after Miller died of an accidental drug overdose in September 2018. Great and Davidson parted the next month.
"It was way too early," said a source close to Grande in October 2018. "It does not shock anyone. "
Grande admitted to Vogue that she had not sufficiently addressed the end of her relationship with Miller when she started dating Davidson. Miller had long struggled against drug use, which had contributed to what Grande once described as their "toxic" relationship. During her love affair with Davidson, she had to face a lot of criticism from Miller fans, who accused her of abandoning the 26 rapper years when she was in need.
"Pain. In November 2018, in a famous tweet, she was introduced to her fans, recognizing that she still had a lot to do. She wrote: "Remember when I was like I had no more tears to cry and that the universe looked like the HAAAAAAAAA bitch, you thought."
Big explained to Vogue that what she had with Miller was "by no means ... perfect".
"He was the best person of all time and he did not deserve his demons," she said. "I was glue for so long and I ended up becoming ... less and less tacky.
While speaking to Vogue, Grande cried and laughed, explaining how she had managed to cope with the trauma and the loss.
"I must be the luckiest girl in the world and the unluckiest, of course," she told Vogue. "I do what I want between heal myself and not leave the things I've lived until I'm ready, and celebrate the beautiful things that happened in my life without fear of their fear." I'll be removed because the trauma tells me they will be, you know what I mean? "
This article appeared first (in English) on mercurynews.com