Pop star Ariana Grande and comedian Pete Davidson have broken up and cancelled their engagement, according to multiple reports.
The couple's split comes a month after the death of Grande's ex Mac Miller, whom she has publically mourned on social media before stepping away from the spotlight.
Gossip website TMZ cites unnamed sources close to Grande and Davidson as saying they mutually decided over the weekend to end their romantic relationship, but still have love for each other.
An unnamed source reportedly close to Grande told People the break-up is "not shocking to anyone" as the relationship was "way too much too soon".
Following Miller's death, Grande posted an emotional Instagram message saying she would adore him for the rest of her life.
"You were my dearest friend," she said.
"I'm so sorry I couldn't fix or take your pain away."
She later took to Twitter with a series of distraught messages that had fans worried.
"I'm so f**king tired... can I please just have one okay day. Just one. Please," she tweeted.
"Just wake me up when I'm supposed to sing or whatever. Peace."
Neither Grande nor Davidson has yet commented on their reported split.