Ariana Grande Predicted She Would Marry Pete Davidson Three Years Ago

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-We are hanging out
with Ariana Grande! [ Cheers and applause ]
“Sweetener!” “Sweetener” is out
officially right now. Pal —
-That’s crazy. -Your album is out right now!
-That’s crazy. -I love you, man!
[ Cheers and applause ] I’m so happy to be here
with you when it’s out. -That’s so cool.
That’s the first time I raised my hand for a high five, and
someone’s actually given me one. Thank you so much.
-Oh, really? Do people leave you hanging?
-Oh, every time. -It happened
to me earlier tonight. You’ll see.
-Every time. -Let’s talk about this.
I want to know about this. -Okay.
-So, “Sweetener.” First of all,
I’ve listened to the — I know, on the other side. So, “Raindrops” is such a
great way to open the record. -Thank you.
-It is just gorgeous. -Thank you.
-And I go, “Oh, my gosh.” Your voice comes out, I go,
“That’s exactly who — this is what you paid for, man.”
This is the best. -Oh, thank you.
-You’re so talented, and I say that every time,
but I really do mean it. -Oh, thank you.
-But you’re going to give us a little — almost like
a listening party. -Yeah.
-What is — all right. “Breathin’.”
-Okay, yeah, so “Breathin’.” [ Screaming ] All right.
So, talk about “Breathin’.” -I hear my people. So, “Breathin'” is about,
uh — breathing. [ Light laughter ]
-Yeah, all right, there you go. -And when you’re anxious,
and you’re — yeah, um — -No, tell me the story.
-It’s about kind of like — it’s about anxiety and feeling
like you can’t get — You know when you feel like
you can’t get a full breath? That’s, like, the worst feeling
in the whole world. -It’s crazy.
-Yeah, so it’s just a song about, like, that feeling. -Were you having
an anxiety attack? -Well, I was having
lots of them. [ Laughs ]
I mean, there was no end. But it was just — yeah.
I, uh — but yeah. -And then who calmed you down,
or what calmed you down? -Well, we — I mean,
we were in the studio. We were writing,
and I was like, “Ugh!” I was like, “I can’t breathe!”
And they were like, “We’re going to write
this song,” and I was like, “Okay, I still can’t breathe,
but we’ll write it.” -Yeah.
So you end up writing this song. -Yeah, we made this song.
I can kind of breathe now. So it was good progress.
-It’s a fun song, though. It turned into a poppy, good —
-Yeah, we made a pop song. -Yeah, here it is, “Breathin.”
First taste of this. Here we go.
[ Song begins ] ♪ Control my mind ♪ ♪ Don’t know what else to try,
but you tell me every time ♪ ♪ Just keep breathin’
and breathin’ and breathin’ ♪ ♪ And breathin’ ♪
[ Screaming ] ♪ I know I got to keep,
keep on breathin’ ♪ ♪ Just keep breathin’
and breathin’ and breathin’ ♪ ♪ And breathin’ ♪
-I mean — ♪ I know I got to keep,
keep on breathin’ ♪ ♪ Mmm, sometimes ♪ ♪ It’s hard to find my way ♪
-Now I’m getting into it ♪ Up into the clouds ♪
-And start clapping. -Now it’s like a lip synch. Now it’s like
a lip synch battle. ♪ You remind me of the time ♪ ♪ When things weren’t
so complicated ♪ This is so cool.
[ Song is stopped ] [ Cheers and applause ] -Thank you for
letting us do that. Thank you for
letting us do that. Thank you for letting us play
the songs before they’re out. -I have never been more nervous
in my whole life. My feet are like
they’re braided. -Good.
Oh, I love — this is exciting! -Thank you, yeah.
Thank you for listening. -Oh, please.
[ Cheers and applause ] Let’s see, which ones do I love?
Obviously, well, “No Tears Left to Cry.”
Obviously. Ooh, I’ll tell you a song that
surprised me on this album. I did not know there was
a song called “Pete Davidson” on your album.
[ Cheers and applause ] -Yeah. -Now, did Pete know that there’s
a song called “Pete Davidson” on the album?
-Well, I mean, he does now. [ Light laughter ] -Yeah, probably now.
When did you write this song? -Like, a week after we started
hanging out and stuff. -Yeah.
-I just made it and I sent it to him, and I didn’t know
what to call it, so I just called it “Pete.”
[ Light laughter ] -Just called it “Pete Davidson.”
-It was either going to be that or like, “This is
About Pete Davidson.” [ Light laughter ] I was like, why not, you know?
Be direct. -Well, you guys want to hear
a little bit of — [ Screaming ] ♪ I thought you
into my life, whoa ♪ ♪ Look at my mind, yeah ♪ ♪ No better place or time
Look how they align ♪ ♪ Universe must have my back ♪ ♪ Fell from the sky
into my lap ♪ ♪ And I know you know
that you’re my soulmate ♪ ♪ And all that
I’m like, ooh ♪ -[ Laughs ]
[ Screaming ] ♪ Ooh, my whole life
gonna be ready for you ♪ -That is beautiful.
-Thank you. -I mean, can you imagine?
What was — [ Song is stopped ]
What was Pete’s reaction? [ Cheers and applause ] He must have lost it.
He must have been so touched. -Yeah.
-I’m so happy for you guys. -Thank you.
-I know both of you guys. -Yeah.
-I know you better than — yeah, I know you more than Pete.
-He got in so much trouble when he was on your show.
-Well, he was bad. Dude, he was a bad boy when
he was on my show, but you were actually standing off
to the side watching him. -I was on the floor. I was like —
-Yeah, I know, I know. We were playing with each other.
But honestly, you know, I’ve known you forever, and
I’ve never seen you more happy. -Oh, thank you.
-So I just want to say I’m just happy for you.
-Thank you. -And I love you.
And I go — when did you guys
even start dating? Did you meet on “SNL”?
-No, well, we met on “SNL,” and — like, two, three years
ago, or whenever that was, we never, like, exchanged
numbers or anything. We weren’t even like friends
for a long time, but I had the biggest crush in the world
on him the whole time. Like, forever.
Like, my friends used to make fun of me
for all of that stuff. -You never said anything to him?
-No, of course not. I figured, whatever. -Did you ever say, like,
“Hey, one day I’m going to –” -That’s literally like —
this is so — everyone’s going to be like — but I, like,
left his writer’s room, and we were, like, writing skits
and stuff for the show. And I — my tour manager was
in the hallway, and like, I’m not a crushy person.
I don’t have, like, crushes on people I don’t know.
I’m not crushy, but I left and I, like, jokingly said to
my tour manager, I was like, “I’m –” I was like,
“I’m marrying him, 100%.” [ Audience aws ]
I was like, “I’m literally marrying him.”
-And this was before you even started dating, or hanging out?
-We weren’t even friends. Like, didn’t even see him
at the afterparty. Blah, blah, blah.
Yeah, it was like, whatever. -What does Mom think?
What does Nona, what does Grandma think?
=They — Nona loves him. Nona’s like —
she’s like, “Oh, Peter!” Well, the first time they
FaceTimed, she called him David. And she was like, “Oh, David!”
[ Laughter ] She was like, “You’re
a nice Italian boy, huh?” And he was like, “I’m only 20%, but I could be more
if you want.” [ Laughter ] -That’s a great Pete Davidson,
by the way, yeah. -She’s like, “No, I’d love
to see you do your stand-up.” I was like, “Nona, relax.”
I was like, “Nona.” -What did he say?
He was like, “Sure?” He was like, “I don’t know,
it’s pretty dirty, Nona.” And she’s like, “Well, I like it
like –” I was like, Nona! [ Laughter ] I was like, “Nona!”
-Nona, I’m hanging up the phone right now.
-I was like, “Nona!” -Don’t talk like that, Nona.
-Stop. -You’ve got to give her my best,
’cause you know I love her. I love the whole family. Do you have a favorite?
I know it’s hard to ask an artist what
their favorite song is. -Yeah.
I feel like at the moment… -Yeah, exactly.
-…I do have one. Y’all probably know it though. -Which one do you think?
-“R.E.M.”? -Yeah. -They guessed it, “R.E.M.”
-Yeah. “R.E.M.”
-That’s the homies right there. -You want to hear a little —
[ Cheers and applause ] -Funny you should ask.
I happen to… -Bring your own microphone?
-…have this right here. You’re going to do it live
for us right now? -Yes, with The Roots!
-With The Roots, a little “R.E.M.”
Are you guys ready? [ Cheers and applause ]
A little “R.E.M.” with Ariana! Oh, my gosh.
This is the coolest. ♪♪ ♪ Last night ♪ ♪ Boy, I met you ♪ ♪ Mm-hmm ♪ ♪ When I was asleep ♪ ♪ Asleep ♪ ♪ You’re such a dream to me ♪ ♪ Mmm, you were ♪ ♪ And it was on
a day like this ♪ ♪ Yeah ♪ ♪ So if you can believe ♪ ♪ If you can believe ♪ ♪ Mmm, you’re such
a dream to me ♪ [ Cheers and applause ] -Ariana Grande, everybody!
“Sweetener” is out now!

100 thoughts on “Ariana Grande Predicted She Would Marry Pete Davidson Three Years Ago


  2. i lovvee her music but the way she talks here is so annoying fuckk it sounds like a parody of conceited valley girls tryna impress their crush

  3. i just found my comment from a year ago when this came out… we rly were different ppl back when we thought they were getting married huh

  4. Thats the stupidest thing ive ever read… ariana grande predicted she'd marry pete davidson??? well obviously? If a hot girl says shes going to marry and ugly guy is he going to say no? lmao

  5. Sweetener was about my favourite album of Ariana’s. I feel like she’s not using her voice as much as she did in sweetener! I still love her! I always will! 💖💖💗💗✨✨✨

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