Serious Already? Pete Davidson Debuts 2 New Ariana Grande Tribute Tattoos

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Jun. 2 2018, Published 6:50 p.m. ET

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Just how quickly are things moving for Pete Davidson & Ariana Grande? The SNL star got not one but two tribute tattoos of the "No Tears Left to Cry" singer on his upper neck & right thumb. Are they on the fast track to marriage this soon into their relationship?

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They were rumored to be an item shortly after her split from Mac Miller only last month.

Then they became official on Instagram earlier this week. 

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Things have heated up for them, it seems, as Pete said that he’s “The New Kevin Federline” while opening for Dave Chappelle on Friday night. The “Into You” singer was in the audience when he made the joke. 

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Now… he’s made things permanent by getting two tribute tattoos for his new girlfriend. Tattoo artist London Reese posted a photo of Pete’s new ink on his Instagram, which shows her bunny ears (that she wore for the Dangerous Woman album cover in 2016) and her initials on his upper neck.  He also got her initials on his right thumb

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The original caption of London’s Instagram post read, “We had a good night, somewhere in the hills of Los Angeles. Pete loves him some Ariana.” London later edited the post for it to simply read “We had a good night.” 

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Do you think its too soon for Pete to get tribute tattoos of Ariana? Sound off in the comments. 


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