Ariana Grande Has A Type! How The Singer's 2 Quick Engagements Are Eerily Similar
She's engaged... again! Pop phenom Ariana Grande announced over the weekend that her and boyfriend Dalton Gomez were ready to tie the knot two years after her split from fiancé Pete Davidson.
“Forever n then some,” she captioned a series of photos cuddling with the real estate agent. She also showed off her giant ring, which OK! learned is estimated to be worth between $30-50K. (Davidson proposed to Grande after just a few weeks of dating with a $93,000 pear-shaped diamond ring.)
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OK! exclusively reported that friends of Grande’s are worried about her and Gomez moving too fast and “begging her to slow down,” but that she just “isn’t listening.”
“Dalton is a nice guy, but it isn’t hard to be Mr. Ariana Grande,” added a pal of the Victorious alum. “They have been spending a lot of time together during quarantine, but when life gets back to normal and she goes back on tour, will everything be so great? It isn’t easy being married to someone whose career often comes first.”
Grande and Gomez were first linked in February while grabbing some dinner with mutual friends in Los Angeles. The duo confirmed they were a couple in May, when they appeared together in Grande and Justin Bieber’s “Stuck With U” music video. The happy couple stayed pretty low-key until their surprise engagement announcement.
The “Into You” singer has a rocky history when it comes to marriage proposals. Grande was engaged to SNL alum Davidson from June-October 2018, but ultimately called it quits. She referred to their whirlwind romance as “an amazing distraction” in her August 2019 Vogue cover story.
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Grande was engaged to Gomez and Davidson after less than a year of dating, and fans were quick to point out the eerie similarities between the two men. “You can’t convince me Dalton Gomez is anything but a rehabbed Pete Davidson,” a user wrote on Twitter .
Is Grande rushing to the altar? Do friends and fans have a reason to be worried about the pop star?
OK! takes a look at the similarities between Ariana Grande and her two whirlwind romances.
Gomez and Davidson Look Exactly Alike
"Girl's got a type," a fan pointed out on Twitter. They both have dark features and an adorable smirk.
The VMAs Were A Tipping Point For Both Couples
Grande and Davidson put on a show at the 2018 MTV Video Music Awards, trying to prove their love was more than just a summer romance. Eagle-eyed fans noticed in Grande's Instagram post from the 2020 VMAs, the superstar snuck in a sweet moment of her and Gomez holding hands after the awards show, showing that the two were locked down in quarantine together. For the pic, click here.
The Two Men Are Close In Age
Gomez is 25 years old, while Davidson is 27 years old.
Chance Encounters Brought Them Together
The "Side to Side" singer and Davidson met and became close after she hosted an episode of SNL (which Davidson works on). Grande and Gomez met when the realtor helped the singer buy a home outside of Los Angeles. It is rumored that the singer asked her team to arrange a face-to-face meeting between the two and she fell in love with him shortly after seeing him.
Both Engaged Within A Year Of Dating
Davidson popped the question to the "Rain On Me" singer after only four weeks of dating. Grande shocked her fans when she announced she was engaged to Gomez after being linked for less than a year, leaving friends afraid that the pop star was falling back into her old habits with men.
Gomez And Davidson Are Notoriously Private
Davidson is an elusive star. Other than being open about his mental health and substance abuse struggles, there is very little we know about the comedian. Same with Gomez, there are very few pics of Grande and the realtor together, and Gomez' Instagram account is set to private. Most of the photos of the lovebirds are secretly placed in a series of photos, swipe to the third photo and you will see the two kissing for the camera.
They Both Have Inspired Her Music
Davidson is notoriously name checked in Grande's smash hit "thank u, next," which she released shortly after their split. Fans of the pop star are convinced that there are several songs about her new romance with Gomez on her latest album, Positions. "Safety Net" is assumed that Grande feels safe around Gomez, unlike her previous lovers, and "Positions" is about the young couple's private moments in the bedroom.