It’s true…Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande are engaged! Whereas replying to fan feedback on June 11, the singer confirmed that her man is aware of what he’s stepping into by marrying her, which was her first public acknowledgment of their future collectively. Test it out!
Ariana Grande cryptically tweeted about her love for her followers amidst information breaking of her engagement to Pete Davidson, and it led to a backwards and forwards the place she confirmed that the rumors are completely true. “I hope he is aware of he’s marrying US AS WELL,” one fan responded to Ari’s tweet, referencing the shut bond she has along with her Arianators. Ariana wrote again, assuring the fan that Pete is nicely conscious of what he’s getting himself into. “HAHAHAHAAHHAAHH HES BEEN BRIEFED,” she mentioned.
This was Ariana’s first acknowledgment of the thrilling information, though it was all however verbally confirmed a bit beforehand when photographs surfaced of her sporting a massive diamond ring on her left hand. The entire thing has been fairly a whirlwind, as Ariana simply ended issues with Mac Miller in early Might, and Pete broke up with longtime love, Cazzie David, simply earlier than that. The SNL star and “No Tears Left To Cry” singer had been first reported to be “casually courting” on the finish of Might, however issues moved rapidly, and Us Weekly revealed on June 11 that the lovebirds broke their engagement information throughout Robert Pattinson’s birthday celebration two days earlier.
Followers had been completely shocked when the story got here out, however Ariana’s loyal followers clearly flooded her with love and assist. One even referred to her as Mrs. Davidson, to which she responded, “crying.” She additionally gushed that she’s “so completely happy. and excited” in one other tweet.
Ariana and Pete could also be shifting quick, however when you realize, you realize….proper?! Apparently, they’re in no rush to stroll down the aisle, based on Us Weekly, however “are trying ahead to a really lengthy engagement collectively.”