Hours after the announcement was made that Grande was taking time away from the spotlight, she and her fiancé, Pete Davidson, were no-shows the Emmy Awards in LA. "And it's still, you know, a work in progress".
Happily, Davidson isn't letting any of the comments or negativity get to him and his relationship with Grande. "'You're awesome for doing this, thank you so much.' I'm so grateful that she touches me", he said about their intimate moments.
The 24-year-old got vulgar when Stern asked about other men coming onto Grande. "I think I have an average sized penis and she's tiny. It's like, 'Am I that ugly that people want to shoot me in the face?'" If you want to find bad stuff about yourself you can, very easily.
'We were both in a similar situation, ' Davidson said.
In Grande's version of events, it was during that same meeting that she knew she was going to marry Davidson someday.
He revealed what happened, "Oh, dude, when she left, I was like, What a f**king idiot I am".
The Set It Up star added that Scooter Braun, Justin Bieber's manager, came to visit him at SNL when he was 'down in the dumps, ' and that lead to him dating Grande.
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"Before we started dating, I literally like went through a list, I scrolled through a list of really hot guys on the internet and I was like "Wait a minute, are you sure? And I just think we're supposed to be together".
"I tell [Ariana] that every day", Davidson said.
The star, who has been open up about his mental illness, said he isn't anxious that his borderline personality disorder will negatively impact his marriage.
Pete revealed the couple got together after both breaking up with their long-term partners around the same time, "Timing, I feel like, is everything". "Some people are meant to be together and some people aren't; even if they're good people, some people are not good in relationships together".
"I just think some people are meant to be together and some people aren't, even if they are good people or not", he said.
"I was sober for three months at one point and was like this f-- sucks", Davidson told host Howard Stern.