Miley Cyrus sends cat emoji to Grande after split with Davidson

Miley Cyrus and Ariana Grande (Pic. Courtesy: Entertainment Tonight)

After singer Ariana Grande and comedian Pete Davidson broke off their engagement in October, singer Miley Cyrus let a cat emoji do the talking as she offered the "Thank U, Next" singer her support. On The Howard Stern Show earlier this month, the "Nothing Breaks Like a Heart" artist revealed that she "did write" to Grande following the split, reports people.com.

"I'm an emoji person, so I just sent a bunch of hearts and the little cat with the heart eyes," Cyrus told Stern.

"I literally think I sent the cat with the heart eyes. I thought it was slightly, maybe even kind of making her feel good, like maybe I was hitting on her a little bit."

"It felt like to me, it felt maybe like a little, ‘Oh hey, someone loves you. If it's not working, here I am,'" Cyrus added.

Grande replied with the clouds emoji. "It all said everything," Cyrus said of the emoji exchange. "I think she was saying, ‘I'm okay, and I'm here. ...Thank you for thinking of me.' That's what I think it meant."

Cyrus and Grande go back a few years. In 2015, the stars recorded a music video for "Don't Dream It's Over" as they rocked animal onesies to raise awareness for Cyrus' The Happy Hippie Foundation.