Grande chose to channel the classic musical number from "The First Wives Club", wearing bridal white alongside her two backup singers to resemble the film's stars Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn and Dianne Keaton.
The 25-year-old singer took to Twitter on Wednesday to lament the message behind her 2018 song, "No Tears Left to Cry".
Judging by social media posts earlier this week Grande did not respond well to Davidson's reference to their breakup during "SNL" promos (in one, he jokingly asked this week's musical guest, Maggie Rogers, to marry him), yet the song seems meant to clear the air.
At one point, she climbed on top of a chair and almost fell on her way down.
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Their genders, ages, and condition are not known. 'The exact circumstances are yet to be determined at this stage. There were large spots of what appears to be blood near the figure, as were a pair of men's black lace-up shoes.
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She also spilled on her pre-show diet and fitness regimen, admitting that she changes it up from year to year. Every year a lucky Victoria's Secret Angel gets to wear the Fantasy Bra .
The Florida native also got emotional during the song's bridge, which sees her imagine her walking down the aisle on her wedding day accompanied by her mom, Joan Grande.
The moment gave her a slight case of the giggles as she went into the next verse, but she powered through.
Watch Grande's performance of "thank u, next" on Ellen above. "We love you, we support you".
"I thought we were supposed to exit", She laughed.
In the wake of his death, Ariana confirmed her split from ex-fiance Pete in October - four months after announcing their engagement. "I know some of you are curious about the breakup, but the truth is, it's nobody's business, and sometimes things just don't work out, and that's OK", he told the audience at the time.