Ariana Grande Feels "Empowered" by Her New Single

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"One taught me love/One taught me patience/And one taught me pain/Now I'm so amazing/Say I've loved and I've lost/But that's not what I see/So look what I got/Look what you taught me/And for that I say/Thank u, next/Thank u, next/Thank u, next/I'm so f***ing grateful for my ex".

One source tells HollywoodLife that Pete Davidson is over the failed relationship jokes and it's safe to say Ari will be happy to hear that.

Taking to Instagram and responding to his post, she wrote: 'HAHAHAHAHHAHAHAH IM SORRY U GOT THE WORST LINE.

The singer dropped the new track on Saturday night in the wake of her public split from comedian Pete Davidson.

Ariana had previously revealed that Ricky, along with Sean and Pete, had been sent the song to listen to before it was released. Miller is referenced in the song, along with Grande's other high-profile exes.

In the song, Ariana sings, "Now I listen and laugh / Even nearly got married / And for Pete, I'm so thankful / Wish I could say, "Thank you" to Malcolm / 'Cause he was an angel".

Ariana also insisted she is going to focus on herself after her most recent break-up.

After pouring her heart out through song, Ariana feels "empowered", Frankie added. Davidson went on to describe Grande as a "wonderful, strong person" and wished her all the happiness in the world. The rest of the lyrics praise the singer for all that she's been through ― in love and life ― over the past few years. In addition to fans, the positive reactions on social media came from fellow stars like Halsey, Camila Cabello, and Kim Kardashian.In addition to the Instagram post, Grande also interacted with fans on Twitter, liking many tweets about the song.