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Miller, whose real name was Malcolm James McCormick, died due to an accidental drug overdose on September 8, 2018.
The song by South Korean brand Pinkfong has been viewed more than 2.1 billion times on YouTube, making it one of the 30 most watched videos of all time.
The friendly exes, who called off their relationship in 2016 after dating for nearly a year, were spotted together strolling on the streets of New York City recently, reported People.
It features headliners Childish Gambino, Tame Impala and Ariana Grande. Supporting artists include Khalid, Janelle Monae, The 1975, Dillon Francis, Diplo, Zedd and Wiz Khalifa.
Recently, the 'Thank U, Next' singer came across a fan's post who was curious to know about who Grande is dating now.
The trend that was set in 2016 by the Kardashian-Jenner clan, is suddenly everywhere, all thanks to Ariana Grande!
Grande's newfound relationship bliss was short-lived when Miller was found dead in September after an accidental overdose.
After teasing the song for weeks, Grande shared it on her social media.
Twitterati were quick to turn the line 'One taught me to love, one taught me patience and one taught me pain' into hilarious memes.
The 25-year-old singer shared a video her Instagram story in which the late rapper, dressed in a suit, is talking to Ariana's grandmother.
Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson have reportedly broken up and called off their engagement.
The 25-year-old singer was scheduled to appear at season 44 premiere of "SNL" but has been now replaced by rapper Kanye West.
Singer Ariana Grande has dropped out of the 'Saturday Night Live' season 44 premiere, citing emotional reasons.
The body art, Mille tendresse, is tattooed in a small italic font at the back of the couple's necks, and is an expression made famous by the 1961 film, 'Breakfast At Tiffanys', confirmed TMZ.
Grande pulled out of the 70th Primetime Emmy Awards on Monday. Her fiance and 'Saturday Night Live' cast member Pete Davidson also chose to skip the star-studded event to be by her side in New York.