Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson share extensive PDA during their Red Carpet debut at the VMAs

by Asfa Shakeel

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson shared some adorable PDA on the VMAs red carpet before she performed a Last Supper themed God Is A Woman.

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson shared some PDA at the VMAs. (Image source: Twitter/MTV)

Grande and Davidson had their red carpet debut at the VMAs last night as they posed together for cute pictures before walking off to attend the ceremony. Davidson wore a white sweatshirt and black jeans to the event while Grande wore a metallic dress with knee high boots.

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson

This was their red carpet debut. (Image source: Twitter/MTV)

Fans immediately zeroed in on Davidson’s bracelet sporting the initials AGD, which presumably stands for Ariana Grande Davidson – Grande’s name after she marries Davidson.

She recently also revealed exactly how Davidson proposed to her during the Zach Sang Show, saying, “It was just really simple and really sweet. We were just like hanging out and he had a ring and he just asked me. It was really sweet. He didn’t get on the knee or anything, thank God…oh my God, that would’ve been so googly.

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson

Davidson wore Grande’s initials on a bracelet. (Image source: Twitter/MTV)

Davidson cheered from the audience later as Grande performed a Last Supper themed God Is A Woman from her new album Sweetener. She took the stage with a diverse set of 50 women as she brought Leonardo da Vinci’s painting to life on the stage.

Grande wore a gold and beaded two piece outfit which she paired with knee high boots. Her set gave off Renaissance vibes with its metallic’s and high pillars.

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson

Grande performed a Last Supper themed God Is A Woman. (Image source: Twitter/MTV)

Towards the end of the performance, she brought her mother, cousin and grandmother, whom she calls Nonna, onto the stage to share the applause.

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson

Grande brought out the women in her family at the end of her performance. (Image source: Twitter/MTV)

Grande won the VMA for Video of the Year for her song No Tears Left to Cry.



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