Ariana Grande, the nation's favorite donut-licking pop star, might be a psychic. At least when it comes to her own love life, the 25-year-old singer possesses a supernatural gift for identifying her future husband, which she apparently did three years ago following a writers room meeting on the set of SNL. During last night's appearance on The Tonight Show, Grande told Jimmy Fallon when she first met her current fiancé and SNL cast member Pete Davidson she quickly declared to her tour manager, "I'm literally marrying him."
She was joking at the time -- we think -- but her prediction has proven to be accurate. The relationship between the "No Tears Left to Cry" singer and the 24-year-old stand-up has been a tabloid staple since the pair first started dating in May following Davidson's break-up with former girlfriend Cazzie David and Grande's split with rapper Mac Miller. (The complex timeline of all these events has been subject to intense speculation.) Ever since reports surfaced of the couple's engagement in the beginning of June, they've been making headlines.
With today's release of Sweetener, Grande's fourth studio album, it's unlikely the breathless press coverage will stop anytime soon. As previously reported, the record even contains a track titled "Pete Davidson," and though it's really more of an interlude than a full-fledged song, it does contain lines like "you're my soulmate and all that" and "my whole life got me ready for you." As far as romantic tributes to a specific partner go, it's not especially cryptic but it gets the job done.
According to her interview with Fallon, Grande wrote the song a week after they started "hanging out and stuff" and apparently even considered giving it the even blunter title "This is about Pete Davidson." "Why not?" she joked with Fallon. "Be direct."