Ariana Grande

Michael Simon/

Ariana Grande is doing OK, y'all.

After she and Big Sean confirmed their split Monday, citing their grueling work schedules as the main impetus for calling it quits, Grande went right back to work. She is working alongside Lea Michele while filming Ryan Murphy's upcoming series, Scream Queens. The former Glee star tweeted the news, "Next scene up with my girls @ArianaGrande @RobertsEmma @billielourd & @yoabbaabba #ScreamQueens.

The "One More Time" singer must be enjoying her time onset with the female cast, which includes Abigail Breslin and Emma Roberts, because she also tweeted her affection for her co-stars.

"Fun 1st day on set! thank u queens for making me feel so welcome. y'all are everything @RobertsEmma @msleamichele @billielourd @yoabbaabba," she tweeted.

Even though she is probably hurting after ending her nearly nine-month-long relationship with the rapper, Grande reassured fans that she was going to be just fine. Using Twitter again to keep her fans in the loop, Grande wrote, "I love u babes so much. you're a bunch of angels honestly. your love / care is appreciated so much. i'm good i promise."

Fortunately this split seems to be an amicable one, as a source dished to E! News that there really is no "bad blood" between the two musicians, just conflicting schedules.

"Ariana and Big Sean have had a great relationship and they are still very close friends and will remain in each others lives," the source said. "It hasn't been easy though with both of their busy schedules lately and they know it's going to get even harder in the next few months. This was really difficult for them to publicly call it quits but they thought it would be better this way so people know there is no bad blood between them at all."

The "I Don't F--k With You" rapper also let the world know he was keeping it together by looking A-OK while playing Pictionary with Rose ByrneLL Cool J and Jimmy Fallon on The Tonight Show. Teamed up with Fallon, Big Sean turned out to be quite the player and proved that he and his teammate really do have a "connection."

(E! and NBC are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)

  • Share
  • Tweet
  • Share

We and our partners use cookies on this site to improve our service, perform analytics, personalize advertising, measure advertising performance, and remember website preferences. By using the site, you consent to these cookies. For more information on cookies including how to manage your consent visit our Cookie Policy.