Friends beg Ari­ana: ‘get help now’

She’s strug­gling to cope af­ter her break-up

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With ev­ery­thing she’s been through over the last 18 months, no one could blame Ari­ana Grande for need­ing help. But get­ting her to ac­cept that help is go­ing to be the hard part. In­sid­ers tell heat the singer is at break­ing point fol­low­ing the end of her en­gage­ment to Pete David­son, and friends are wor­ried she won’t be able to deal with ev­ery­thing on her own. In fact, they’re now beg­ging her to con­sider re­hab.

“Ari­ana is in­con­solable, and peo­ple have been urg­ing her to book her­self into a treat­ment cen­tre or a well­ness re­treat,” says an in­sider close to the 25 year old, who re­cently tweeted, “Can i pls have one okay day. just one. Pls ,” as she ad­mit­ted to strug­gling. “Ari­ana has to deal with her feel­ings, she has un­re­solved is­sues,” we’re told. “On the out­side, it may seem like she’s OK, but deep down, she’s vul­ner­a­ble.”

Last week, heat told you how the singer was con­sid­er­ing quit­ting pub­lic life for good, hav­ing pulled out of a per­for­mance at a char­ity gala in LA fol­low­ing the end of her re­la­tion­ship with Satur­day Night Live co­me­dian Pete. The pair started dat­ing in May, get­ting en­gaged just weeks later, in what fi­nally seemed like good news for the star, who’s dealt with one hor­ren­dous blow af­ter an­other. She was di­ag­nosed with PTSD af­ter the Manch­ester bomb­ing that killed 22 of her fans last year, fol­lowed by the tragic death of her ex-boyfriend, rap­per Mac Miller, in Septem­ber. She’s posted sev­eral trib­utes to Mac – who was only 26 – in­clud­ing one last week, where she shared a video of him smil­ing as he chat­ted to her grand­mother.

“This has been an emo­tional roller coaster for her,” says our source. “It’s a mir­a­cle she’s still hold­ing it to­gether af­ter ev­ery­thing she’s seen. A lot of peo­ple think it would be good for her to take a break and get pro­fes­sional help. Ev­ery­one’s root­ing for her, and the main thing that Ari­ana needs to know is that she’s loved.”

Pals are wor­ried about Ari­ana

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