Ariana Grande recently confirmed her engagement to Pete Davidson, following a whirlwind relationship.
And the No Tears Left To Cry singer and SNL comic – who made their romance official just weeks ago – looked more loved-up than ever as they headed out in New York.
The 25-year-old was spotted flaunting her huge diamond rock of an engagement ring, as she held her fiancés hands on her way to her concert at the Amazon Music Unboxing Prime Day.
It seems the pair have overcome the 24-year-olds controversial joke about the Manchester Terror Attack – which took place at Arianas concert last year – surfaced online.
The comedian recently made headlines after joking the singer must realise how famous she is because Britney Spears didnt have a terrorist attack – five months after the tragedy.
While fans rushed to condemn him for the joke, she stayed quiet over the whole thing until one asked why they were still together.
Replying to the person in question on Twitter, she explained: This has been v tough & conflicting on my heart. He uses comedy to help ppl feel better ab how f-ed up things in this world are.
We all deal w trauma differently. I of course didnt find it funny. It was months ago & his intention wasnt/ is never malicious but it was unfortunate.
His reps also defended the joke, simply telling Metro.co.uk: He is a comedian.
No subject is off limits and that includes jokes about his father and 9/11.
But his joke isnt the only thing Ariana has been forced to defend recently, as some followers branded their engagement fake – after pal Justin Bieber also confirmed he had popped the question to Hailey Baldwin just days after their reunion.
In a now-deleted tweet, one wrote: First Ariana get engaged to Pete Davidson and now Justin Bieber to Hailey Baldwin the devil works hard but Scooter Braun works harder.
Hitting back, she responded: You do realize we are human beings who love and have lives …… right …. ?
And that Scooter [Braun] is a wonderful human being too who cares first [and] foremost [about] our health and happiness?
Love is lit. Shit happens. I hope to God it happens to you too. [You] deserve it (sic).
However, she deleted her post when she was told the whole thing was a joke, adding: Okay okay be nice to that man. Hes wonderful. And very human.
Always puts his artists health and happiness first (sic).
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