Ariana Grande Spotted Rocking Engagement Ring Before Announcement

Lewis Collier
June 13, 2018

Grande's boyfriend, Pete Davidson, is known for his role on the United States sketch show Saturday Night Live, recently got two tattoos of Ariana, with her initials on his fingers and the bunny ears logo associated with her on his neck. It's shocking that no one saw the engagement ring considering how noticeable it is.

Afterwards, Grande appeared to have confirmed the engagement reports on her social media accounts. "I know I don't know these people but being heart broken sucks", seemingly addressing how quickly Davidson moved on with the "No Tears Left to Cry" singer.

Carly, who you probably recognize from MTV's "Girl Code", was also a bit cryptic with her response to the engagement, sharing the below screenshot to her Instagram Story.

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Grande and Davidson, a comedian and actor best known for his sketches on Saturday Night Live, both recently ended previous relationships.

News of the U.S. singer dating the comedian came less than two weeks after she announced she had broken up with rapper Mac Miller. Shortly after, it was revealed that she and Pete Davidson were dating.

US Weekly reports that friends have called the pair a "perfect fit", although said that they are "not rushing to get married". Video from an interview with REAL 92.3's Big Boy last week, meanwhile, shows she also rocked the enormous rock at a listening part for Kanye West and Kid Cudi's Kids See Ghosts album, but she apparently tried to keep it hidden underneath her jacket. An unsurprising choice considering it's the same emoji shape she's been using in her Instagram captions of late - not to mention the same image Davidson has tattooed on his middle finger in her honor.

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