This Thursday, GQ published their interview with the love-struck comedian, in which he admitted that he bought Grande’s engagement ring immediately after their first date.
Just hours later, the “God Is A Woman” singer echoed her fiancé’s comments during an appearance on Jimmy Fallon’s Tonight Show.
Speaking of the first time she met Davidson, 24, on Saturday Night Live in 2016, Grande, 25, said that while they didn’t connect for years, she developed an immediate crush on the funnyman.
"We never exchanged numbers or anything. We weren’t even like friends for the longest time," she said. "But I had the biggest crush in the whole world on him the whole time, like forever. Like, my friends used to make fun of me for it, all that stuff."
In his interview with GQ, Davidson confessed that he knew Grande was the one for him, from the very start. Then, in her TV appearance, the singer made the same exact remark!
"I left his writers’ room when we were writing skits and stuff for the show, and my tour manager was in the hallway, and I’m not a crushy person, like I don’t have crushes on people I don’t know, but I left and I like jokingly said to my tour manager, ‘I’m marrying him. 100 percent. I’m literally marrying him,'" Grande recalled. "And we weren’t even friends.”
RadarOnline.com readers know Davidson and Grande got engaged after just two weeks of dating. Their relationship came as a huge shock to fans, since both stars had split with their longtime partners just days prior!
Grande was with Mac Miller, 26, for about two years—the same amount of time Davidson was with actress Cazzie David, 24.
One week after their romance began, however, Grande wrote a song about her new man on her album Sweetener. In the track, titled “Pete,” the beauty even calls the comedian her “soulmate!”
One love song and a few tattoos later, Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande live together in a luxury New York City apartment and are looking forward to building their lives together.
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