Ariana Grande Is 'Defying Gravity' After Engagement News

Ariana Grande has appeared to confirm reports that she's engaged.

While many fans tweeted their congratulations, comedian Kathy Griffin was a little more cautious in her response...

Insiders say that they are talking about kids which wouldn't be surprising if the engagement news is true.

"They are both constantly making each other laugh", the second source added.

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Over the short few weeks that have passed, it was obvious that the budding romance was more than just a fling.

Neither Ariana nor Pete have confirmed the news.

One user suggested a wedding between Ariana and Pete would be more popular than Meghan and Harry - something Ariana seemed to find amusing.

A source close to the music creative told HollywoodLife: "Mac is devastated that Ariana may have become engaged to her new boyfriend, he doesn't want to believe it".

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The "Dangerous Woman" singer then commented on the post with a cheesy "Harry Potter" pun, and joked she would delete her account. He joined the long-running sketch show in 2014. It hurts Mac to think Ariana is considering marrying someone she barely knows. Hold on, I need a breather.

She also got a tattoo of a bee a year on from the terror attack at the Manchester Arena where 22 people died at her concert last year.

TMZ broke the story that Pete Davidson popped the question to Ariana Grande in the past week and she said yes.

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