Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson Make Red Carpet Debut at the 2018 MTV VMAs

Pete Davidson wore an accessory dedicated to his new fiancée

Updated 08/21/18

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In Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson’s whirlwind three-month relationship, they’ve already gotten engaged (with a stunning almost $100,000 ring), moved into a $16 million New York apartment together, started wedding planning—and even discussed details like hyphenating last names. But one thing the young-and-in-love duo hadn’t done yet? Hit a red carpet together.

They saved that for the 2018 MTV VMAs, and (just like every other moment in their rapid courtship) their red-carpet debut was nothing short of heart-melting. Grande and Davidson were adorable from every angle: giggling, grinning, gazing into each other’s eyes, giving each other kisses. Hearts (and tweets) basically exploded everywhere—and if there were any doubts about the reality or intensity of their love, this red-carpet walk successfully eliminated them.

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Since the duo barely even separated from one another’s arms during their arrival, it was difficult to get a full-frontal view of their looks. But the general consensus? Grande showed up looking like a silver Tinker Bell, wearing a metallic dress with a flutter skirt, thigh-high sparkly boots, and her gigantic engagement ring, of course. Davidson, on the other hand, kept things simple with a white long-sleeved tee, black pants, and sneakers—but he also wore one special accessory that doubled as a shout-out to his fiancée.

The Saturday Night Live star sported a beaded bracelet that featured the letters "AGD," which will be Grande's initials after they tie the knot. Does it get any cuter than that?

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Later in the night, Grande will hit the stage to perform her latest hit from her album Sweetener, “God Is a Woman.” And no doubt Davidson will be the ultimate hype man/fanboy/adoring husband-to-be in the audience.

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