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TMZ reports that Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson have called off their engagement. The pop star and the comedian first announced their union in June after rumors of a relationship had swirled for a month.

Sources close to the couple confirmed that the split was decided amicably, citing that it was "simply not the right time for the relationship."

Ariana Grande is fresh from the release of her fourth album Sweetener, while Pete Davidson continues to star on Saturday Night Live.

In other news, Drake dished on his relationship with Kanye West in a very revealing new interview. Watch it here.

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