Ariana Grande's Engagement Ring From Pete Davidson Cost Nearly $100,000

No expenses were spared for this pop star

Kevin Mazur

After less than a month of ~true love~, Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson, both 24, are allegedly engaged. The "Side to Side" singer and the Saturday Night Live star have yet to come out with a public statement officially confirming the news, but the couple has inadvertently hinted that the wedding rumors are, in fact, true. Grande took to Twitter last night and seemingly confirmed the news through a series of reply tweets, and according to an Us Weekly source, the couple “were telling people that they’re engaged” at Robert Pattinson’s birthday party in Los Angeles on Saturday, June 9.

The news has come as a shock to Grande's fans, who have already pored over recent photos of the teen icon to try and discover more details about her engagement—and they may have just found something. Last week, on June 2, Grande hit the stage at the iHeartRadio and 102.7 KIISFM's Wango Tango concert in Los Angeles, where fans noticed something different about her look. The singer was captured by photographers donning a massive diamond ring on that oh-so-special finger. Fans are convinced that the glittering bauble may just be Grande's engagement ring from Davidson.

As it turns out, Internet sleuths, TMZ confirms that the massive diamond bauble is Grande's engagement ring—all $93,000 of it, to be precise. According to the gossip site, Davidson reportedly ordered the custom-made ring last month, and it took nearly two weeks to make. The pear-shaped ring was commissioned by NYC jeweler Greg Yuna, and features a diamond-rimmed band. Gorgeous!

At the moment, it seems that Grande and Davidson are apparently enjoying an engagement-moon trip together in Disneyland. Both the rumored bride and groom have shared footage from the trip, and naturally, Grande ran into plenty of her fans. One even captured the two leaving a roller coaster together.

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The two have yet to verify themselves that Grande's new ice is of the engagement variety, but fans (and apparently TMZ) are convinced there is no other explanation. Congrats, kids!

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