Get ready for Ariana Grande-Davidson.
The No Tears Left to Cry singer, 25, told Ebro Darden of Apple Music's Beats 1 that she'll add Davidson's last name to her's in a hyphenated form, though eventually hopes to follow in the path of other celebs in her entertainment career, and go by only one name.
'I feel like I'd eventually just be Ariana: Isn't that sick? I feel like it's got a ring to it,' said the Dangerous Woman artist, adding that pride in her family's last name was the only aspect holding her back.
In the chat Friday, the Florida-born beauty said that she hopes to have three children with the Saturday Night Live star, 24, and exchange vows with him sometime in the next five years.
Grande, who was previously in an almost-two-year relationship with rap artist Mac Miller, chat about her latest album Sweetener, which includes a track named after her fiance.
'It’s called "Pete Davidson" because it’s about Pete; I was just like, "I’m going to call it Pete. Why not?" Just relax, it’s who it’s about, keep it real. I was literally going to call it, "This Is About Pete Davidson,"' she said.
The pop superstar revealed the foresight she had when she first crossed paths with Pete, when she appeared on the NBC comedy staple.
'I jokingly said during SNL that I’m going to marry that man - I was joking,' she said. 'I thought he was cutest thing, and clever and brilliant ... it was a little crush.'
She said they crossed paths again when she was promoting a project in New York City while her manager, Scooter Braun, was on the SNL set with Davidson.
'I said, "Tell him I said hi," and he texted me, "Yo, it’s Pete," and we were inseparable,' she said.
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