Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson Are Engaged

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When one fan wrote, "I hope he knows he is marrying US AS WELL", Grande replied, "HAHAHAHAHAHH HES BEEN BRIEFED". The newly engaged couple was spotted riding Space Mountain at the amusement park late into the evening.

It looks like a mutual love of "Harry Potter" really is the basis for everlasting love: Singer-actress Ariana Grande and "Saturday Night Live" star Pete Davidson are engaged, after only a few weeks of dating.

Another source said the couple is looking forward to a "very long engagement".

The couple were first rumoured to be dating in mid-May, shortley after Ariana ended her "toxic" relationship with Mac Miller.

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She also responded to a tweet calling her Mrs Davidson.

Anyway, congratulations, Ariana and Pete!

Added the insider: "They are both constantly making each other laugh".

Ariana then took to Instagram with a cheeky response.

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They were at Kanye West's recent listening party for his new album. Both had just gotten out of long-term relationships at the time. She also gushed that she's "so happy. and excited" in another tweet.

The singer says she has PTSD from the attack, and doesn't think she'll ever be able to talk about the event without crying.

Davidson had already commemorated their relationship by getting a pair of tattoos, one of Grande's trademark rabbit ears, and another featuring Grande's initials.

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