Nathan Sykes 'relieved' he's not mentioned on ex Ariana Grande's song

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She has previously explained that the song is about her struggle with anxiety.

And based on the clips from the mariachi festivities, it looks like Grande's friends love "Thank U, Next" just as much as her fans do.

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Davidson remarked on "Saturday Night Live" the day of the single release that what happened between the two was "none of anyone's business" and spoke amicably about his ex.

Hinting that her good pal Victoria Monét, who helped her co-write the greatest damn song in the world rn, was behind a lot of the insane shenanigans, she tweeted: "U random as sh*t @VictoriaMonet".

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However, Ariana had some advice of her own and simply commented: "Don't".

Ari has a pretty dark sense of humour but we think she's still shading Pete.

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Nathan Sykes has expressed his relief at being left out of Ariana Grande " s new song "Thank U, Next', which name-checks a number of her ex-boyfriends. So we can see the singer is fighting against his black thoughts. News. "Ariana hasn't given herself enough time for the grieving and healing process, and feels like her emotions are out of control". The track also marked her triumphant return to music after a trying year, including the May Manchester bombing that took the lives of 22 fans during her concert and her imminent breakup from Mac Miller, which the world would learn about just a few weeks later. On Twitter, the ponytailed pop star said it's the "nicest thing anyone's ever done" for her. I mean, she revealed that she even let former flames have a taste before the song's release.

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