Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson’s baby pig, Piggie Smalls, has just made his video debut in his mom’s music video for her latest release “Breathin.”
The cutie pie takes center stage in the video as he walks around with a soundtrack to his mom’s music in the background.
Smalls wandered around a bed while occasionally sniffing at the camera for a little over three minutes. That’s the entirety of the whole music video.
In an interview with Seth Meyers on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Davidson remarked that he is amazed just how quickly his fiance can get her wants and needs to be attended to, reported Entertainment Tonight.
“Can I just say, this girl, she was like, ‘I want a pig!'” Davidson told Seth Meyers. “And then an hour later, it was just there.”
“Like, I’m still trying to get a Propecia refill for the last two weeks and this chick got a pig in a f**king hour,” he quipped.
Although the idea seemed cute at the time, the Saturday Night Live star revealed that Piggie Smalls hasn’t maintained his cute, tiny status since the couple first brought him to the $16 million New York City apartment the couple has shared since they became engaged this summer.
“It’s big now! The first two days it was really new and it didn’t move much,” Davidson explained.
“But now it’s starting to bite and [headbutt],” he revealed. The SNL comedian admitted, “I love it. I want it to get big and fat.”
The purchase of the new pet, who joins Grande’s dogs as part of their extended animal clan, doesn’t seem to faze Davidson, who commemorated the purchase with some new ink of piggie’s face on his torso.
On Sept. 16, Grande introduced Piggy to the world in an Instagram story. In another photo, the piglet sleeps on Davidson’s stomach.
Grande also posted a montage on Instagram of the two of them snuggling as well as solo shots of the pig just being its cute self.
Grande’s album Sweetener is available now. The album debuted at number one on the U.S. Billboard charts, becoming Grande’s third album to reach the top position in the country. It also topped several international album charts, including in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Ireland, Italy, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, and the United Kingdom.
Saturday Night Live airs Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. ET on NBC. This week’s host will be the former head writer of the show Seth Meyers and the legendary Paul Simon will be the musical guest.