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Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson’s 2018 relationship can be summed up with two main words: quick and tattoos. The couple began dating in May, were engaged by June, and broke up in November. But in that short amount of time they managed to amass several tattoos cementing their relationship, which now require makeovers. On Friday, Grande debuted a new tattoo in tribute to her ex-boyfriend, the late Mac Miller, which doubles as a cover for one of the many tattoos she collected while planning on becoming the future Mrs. Davidson.

Grande debuted her rom-com tribute music video for “Thank U, Next” on Friday, earning her first number one song and breaking the YouTube record for the most-watched music video premiere. To celebrate “Thank U, Next,” which paid homage to Legally Blonde, 13 Going On 30, Bring It On and Mean Girls, Grande shared behind the scenes videos, including a sneak peek at her new tattoo.

In an Instagram story captured by a fan site, Grande displays her new tattoo, which says Myron, the name of Miller’s dog, whom she adopted following Miller’s death in September. The new tattoo is a sweet gesture and smartly side steps having an ex’s name tattooed on you, which could be a bit awkward for future relationships.

 

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The new tattoo on Grande’s foot covers the previously-inked ‘8418,’ which was the badge number of Davidson’s father, a firefighter who died in the Twin Towers during the 9/11 terrorist attacks. It does feel a bit odd to cover up a tattoo honouring someone who has passed, but replacing it with a tribute to Miller makes it a bit less weird, right?

Grande has also covered up the ‘Pete’ tattoo on her ring finger with a giant black heart. So, what have we learned from this? Maybe wait until you hit the one-year mark before you start celebrating your relationship with tattoos. Heck, let’s make it two years.

 

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