Ariana Grande knew she would marry Pete Davidson before they dated

Ariana Grande did something she did not want to do today but powered through in honor of Aretha Franklin and then broke down in tears

Ariana Grande did something she did not want to do today but powered through in honor of Aretha Franklin and then broke down in tears

According to TMZ sources, the No Tears Left to Cry singer sobbed after she was persuaded to sing one of the Queen of Soul's hits by Questlove, the leader of the show's house band the Roots.

In a "Tonight Show" appearance Thursday to promote the release of her album "Sweetener" ― and share a clip of a song called, yep, "pete davidson" ― Grande said she predicted she would marry the comedian a few years ago. "And she was like, 'Well, I don't know how to do that, so I'm gonna send it to you.' And four months later I got a package with a CD'". The album clocks in at five minutes and twenty-two seconds, which is a direct nod to the victims of the Manchester terror attack, which took place at the end of her concert on May 22nd a year ago.

At another point in the song, Ari sings QUOTE, "This is for everybody / Babe, you gotta take care of your body, yuh yuh / Ain't no time to deny it, that is why we talking about it". "So I just called it 'Pete, '" Grande said after explaining that the song was originally going to be called "This is about Pete Davidson".

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Watch above for more Grande gush on Davidson and the song "pete davidson".

Grande's album Sweetener is out today. "I'm literally marrying him, '" Grande shared.

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