Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande have only been dating for a couple weeks, but they're not afraid to advance their relationship to the next level. Rumor had it, the celebrity couple is already engaged. It wasn't originally confirmed, though reports were indicating Grande and Davidson weren't shy about telling their friends about the news. Now, thanks to a recent appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Pete Davidson is letting the world know the truth: he's engaged to Ariana Grande. In typical Pete Davidson fashion, he told the world in energetic, humorous fashion. Here's the quote.
I feel I won a contest. So sick. It's fuckin' lit, Jimmy.
As Pete Davidson explains in the talk show clip, his swift engagement to Ariana Grande is not only making him feel good, but it's also giving hope to other people around him too. Apparently, the high-profile relationship is has resulted in some unusual positive attention for the SNL actor. Here's what Pete Davidson had to say about strangers' reactions to his very recent engagement.
It's so funny walking down the street, because dudes are walking by and they're like [tips hat]. Like, have you seen that Derek Jeter commerical where he is retiring, and everyone is just like [hat tip]. Everyone tips their hat. It's funny, yeah. Some dude came up to me and was like, 'Yo, man, you gave me hope!' I was like, 'I didn't know I was that ugly!' ... Yeah, no, I'm a lucky motherfucker.
Clearly, Pete Davidson is taking this whole thing with stride, have a good sense of humor about it. You can check out the clip below.
Later in the Tonight Show interview, Pete Davidson was buddying up with Robert Pattinson, who was there to promote his new movie Damsel. Davidson was there to promote one of his movies Set It Up, but he found himself talking up Pattinson's 2017 flick Good Time instead. He even had a customized shirt from the movie on his person during the interview. Davidson called Good Time "the best movie ever made." He also called Robert Pattinson "one of the greatest actors of our generation." (And Pete Davidson isn't lying; Good Time is a really stellar movie. Check it out.)
Check out the rest of The Tonight Show interview below.