Ariana Grande, Pete Davidson engaged; Looney Tunes return; Kimmel vs Ted Cruz

Ariana and Pete, who parted ways with funnyman Larry David's daughter, Cazzie David, earlier this year, appeared to celebrate their engagement with a late visit to Disneyland in California on Monday, where the singer dazzled onlookers with her new ring.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Grande became engaged to Davidson after just a few weeks of dating.

On the other hand, Ariana was also spotted wearing a pear-cut diamond on a simple white gold or platinum band stage at the Wango Tango concert in Los Angeles on June 2.

Grande and Davidson have been exchanging flirty messages and posting about each other on social media, with Grande teasing engagement rumours on Twitter.

As Us Weekly notes, it's unclear when exactly Davidson got the forearm cover-up, which resembles the design he has on his left arm.

She also told fans she was "happy" and "excited".

Cazzie previously shaded the relationship on Instagram when Grande and the "Saturday Night Live" star first went public with their romance, captioning a vacation photo, "Been in Africa, what'd I miss??"

Ariana and her ex, Mac Miller.

While their courtship was swift, an Us Weeklysource reports that "they are not rushing to get married". While they don't specially call out Davidson by name in their recent posts, it seems quite obvious they're reacting to their ex's quick proposal, as he's only been dating the singer for a few weeks.

Grande and Davidson have not yet publicly announced their engagement.

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