- Ariana Grande covered up her “reborn” tattoo that she got with ex Pete Davidson in June.
- The singer shared a video on her Instagram story on Tuesday and fans noticed that the design that was once on her left thumb has been covered by another tattoo, which resembles a feather or fern.
- Recently, Grande concealed her “Pete” tattoo with a Band-Aid when she performed at a “Wicked” TV special.
- The couple reportedly broke up and called off their engagement in early October.
On Tuesday, Grande shared a video on her Instagram story of herself and her friends clinking their drinks together. She thanked them for their support, writing: “I have no words to describe how much I love and am eternally grateful for these human beings who constantly help me turn lemons into lemonade and literally heal me and put me back together.”
Eagle-eyed fans noticed that the “reborn” ink (which used to be visible on her left thumb) was covered up by a different design that resembles a feather or fern.
It was also visible on Grande’s hand when the couple attended the 2018 MTV VMAs.
Since splitting in early October and calling off their engagement, Grande and Davidson have started concealing ink. At a recent performance to celebrate “Wicked’s” 15-year Broadway anniversary, the “God Is a Woman” singer wore a Band-Aid to hide her “Pete” tattoo.
The “Saturday Night Live” star was the first to cover up Grande-inspired tattoos, beginning with the “Dangerous Woman” ink that he got on his neck. During a comedy event, Davidson also joked about his track record ofgetting ink inspired by his relationships.
Prior to dating Grande, he was with actress Cazzie David and got an image of her tattooed on his arm. He later got it covered up before entering into a relationship with Grande.
“Um, I’ve been covering a bunch of tattoos, that’s fun,” Davidson reportedly said. “I’m f—ing zero for two in the tattoo [department]. Yeah, I’m afraid to get my mum tattooed on me, that’s how bad it is.”
Throughout their short-lived relationship, the young stars got several tattoos.
Davidson has Grande’s initials on his thumb, a tattoo on his chest that says “Grande,” and the phrase “mille tendresse” on the back of his neck to match one that the “Sweetener” singer has. He also has a tattoo of the pig they got together on his stomach and a small cloud tattoo that Grande also has on her body.
The “Sweetener” singer also has the badge number of Davidson’s late father, who died on 9/11, tattooed on her foot to match the ink that appears on the comedian’s arm.
Representatives for Grande didn’t immediately respond to INSIDER’s request for comment.