After a lovestruck summer, Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson’s relationship ended as abruptly as it started. The two called off their engagement this week and have no plans to reunite. Grande, 25, began dating the little-known Saturday Night Live performer in May, shortly after breaking up with fellow musician Mac Miller. “I’ll marry you tomorrow,” Davidson, 24, says he told Grande upon meeting her, and soon she was photographed wearing a $93,000 engagement ring. The couple got joint tattoos to celebrate their love. Yet Miller’s recent death from a drug overdose “devastated” Grande, reports the New York Post, and when she felt Davidson wasn’t there for her, it led to their breakup.
Melania Trump has finally revealed why she wore a jacket with giant letters declaring, “I really don’t care, do u?” In June, the first lady caused a stir when she wore the jacket as she headed off to visit migrant kids in a shelter in Texas amid the controversy over child separations at the border; her aides insisted that the jacket had “no hidden message.” But in an interview with ABC News last week, Trump said that her inflammatory fashion statement was directed at “the left-wing media who are criticizing me. I want to show them that I don’t care.” She called herself “the most bullied person in the world.” Addressing for the first time President Trump’s alleged affairs with a porn star and a Playboy model, the first lady said the reports are “not a concern and focus of mine.” Friction between the first couple has been the subject of incessant rumors, but Trump said of their relationship, “We are fine.”
Selena Gomez entered a mental health facility last week after suffering an emotional breakdown, People reports. The 26-year-old pop star received a kidney transplant in September 2017 and was hospitalized twice recently over complications from lupus. Health-related stress has been compounded by the engagement of ex-boyfriend Justin Bieber, sources told the New York Post. Gomez’s time in treatment will be “open ended,” sources said, and will include wellness programs in addition to dialectical behavior therapy, an intense treatment for suicidal, self-destructive thinking and behavior. ■