Ariana Grande 'Feeling Better' After Taking A Break To Process Mac Miller’s Death

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Oct. 11 2018, Updated 7:47 p.m. ET

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Ariana Grande appears to be getting back to her old self after an emotionally-draining few months. After taking some much needed time off to grieve the death of ex-boyfriend, Mac Miller, she’s made her triumphant return with a brand new video featuring an unexpected guest star. Read on for the latest.

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In the video for the song “Breathin,” Piggy Smallz takes center stage. Ariana and fiancé Pete Davidson adopted the adorable pet back last month. Pete even got a tattoo immortalizing his love for the newest addition to their family.

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The homemade music video was shot by the Nickelodeon alum herself and was only finished recently.

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Earlier this week, the 25-year-old admitted to an eager fan that the video was still a work in process. “Don’t kill me i took some time off bc i was real sad and we didn’t expect the record to pop off like this,” she wrote.

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She continued, “i love u. don’t kill me pls. i’m on it. Promise.” Ariana made good on her promise just days later!

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This is only the first step in Ariana’s return to the spotlight. It was also announced that she will be performing at a special New Year’s Eve celebration in Las Vegas on December 29.

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What do you think about Ariana’s decision to film her own music video? Let us know in the comments!


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