Pete Davidson proposes to Maggie Rogers on ‘SNL’ promo, and Ariana Grande is not laughing

Five months after the couple's whirlwind engagement (just two weeks after they started dating!), singer Ariana Grande and "Saturday Night Live" comedian Pete Davidson have called it quits (Photo: JASON SZENES/EPA-EFE)

Pete Davidson is still joking about his broken engagement to Ariana Grande and let’s just say the pop star has “no tears left to cry” over the matter. 

During a promo video for the upcoming episode of “Saturday Night Live,” Davidson asked for musical guest Maggie Rogers’ hand in marriage, while host Jonah Hill awkwardly stood between the two. 

“Hey Maggie, I’m Pete. You wanna get married?” Davidson, 24, jokingly proposed.

Rogers, 24, quickly shot down the comedian’s advance, prompting Davidson to reference his past failed attempts at love: “0 for 3.”

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Grande, however, didn’t find the joke at the expense of their split the least bit funny. The “Sweetener” singer took to Twitter Thursday shortly after the “SNL” promo dropped to throw her own shade. 

“For somebody who claims to hate relevancy u sure love clinging to it huh,” she wrote in a now deleted tweet.

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In a now-deleted tweet obtained by USA TODAY, Ariana Grande appears to call out her ex-fiance Pete Davidson after he proposed to musical guest Maggie Rogers during a "Saturday Night Live" promo clip for this weekend's episode. (Photo: USA TODAY)

Earlier this month, news broke that Davidson and Grande’s whirlwind romance and hasty engagement ended in a matter of months.

This is not the first time Davidson has mined his love life for fodder.

Related: Pete Davidson laughs off Ariana Grande split: ‘Does anybody have any open rooms?’

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson are reportedly calling it quits. The couple met on "Saturday Night Live" and became engaged just weeks after making their relationship official on Instagram in May.

During his first stage appearance since calling it quits, the comedian joked during the comedy show Judd & Pete for America on Oct. 20: “Well, as you could tell, I don’t want to be here. There’s a lot going on.” 

The former couple appear to be moving on, both covering matching ink that outlived their engagement. But it appears Grande would like Davidson to move on with his jokes as well. 

Related: Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson cover up matching ink that outlived their engagement

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