Does Ariana Grande Include 'Pete Davidson' On Sweetener Tour Set List Following Split From SNL Star?
12 March 2019, 17:20 | Updated: 19 March 2019, 12:50
As Ariana Grande heads off on her 2019 world tour for Sweetener and Thank U, Next, everyone is wondering if she'll include track 'Pete Davidson' on the set list.
Ariana Grande's Sweetener world tour of two albums, Sweetener and Thank U, Next has officially kicked off in New York as she embarks on the US leg of the tour and fans want to know if she includes track 'Pete Davidson' on the set list.
There'd been a ton of speculation about what the set list would be, with the star herself clapping back at a 'leaked' set list that appeared on Twitter, but the full set list has finally be revealed, and it's amazing.
However, unsurprisingly, 'Pete Davidson' is not included in the show that sees Ari perform a whopping thirty tracks, including tracks from both albums and classics including 'Into You', 'Break Free' and 'Dangerous Woman.'
Ariana revealed she added the 'Pete Davidson' onto Sweetener last minute when she became engaged to the 25-year-old Saturday Night Live comedian.
She and Pete got engaged in June 2018 after just a matter of weeks of dating and moved in together in a '$16 million, five-bedroom apartment' in New York together.
When Sweetener dropped in August, the world got to hear the track for first time, which includes the lyrics:
"Universe must have my back/Fell from the sky into my lap/And I know you know that you're my soulmate and all that."
However, as we all know, the relationship didn't last and they called it quits in October, with each of them covering up the tattoos they had of one another.
This has left many wondering if she'll acknowledge the song, which played a significant part in the Sweetener album, when she is touring?
As the tour countdown continues and we get ever closer to Ari officially being on tour again, all fans have to go by is speculation, with some thinking it will be left out of the set list, and others wondering if she'll perform the song every once in a while.