Ariana Grande & SNL's Pete Davidson Use Emojis to Get Their Flirt On!

Ariana Grande & SNL's Pete Davidson Use Emojis to Get Their Flirt On!

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson are getting flirty on Instagram!

The “Side to Side” crooner and the Saturday Night Live actor showed off their flirting skills on the photo-sharing app on Thursday (May 24) by leaving comments on each other’s new pics.

Pete commented on a photo of Ariana showing off her new bee tattoo with a bee emoji, a heart emoji, and a heart-eyes emoji, and Ariana posted a blushing face emoji on a snap Pete shared of himself.

The day before, Ariana spoke out about her toxic relationship with her ex-boyfriend Mac Miller, whom she split from earlier this month.

A source told People that Ariana and Pete “just started” dating and “it’s very casual.” If you haven’t yet, watch them both in her SNL opening monologue back in 2016!

See the Instagram screenshots below…

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  • BooBooBaby

    Ugh! She really likes Ugly Men!😝

  • Dustymylove

    The symptom list of borderline personality disorder (bpd) includes “unstable and intense relationships” and that’s not the half of it. What’s love got to do with it?

  • BLN

    Try again Pete. Pete’s got a lot of problems. Remember how Heather Locklear used to be? She always went for the ones with big problems. Hard luck cases. These celebrities that travel constantly never have normal lives. Unfortunately, hotness, money, and talent doesn’t save them from horrible relationship decisions. It’s mainly a “show” relationship. She has “dated” a ton of guys. Normally, everyone who has worked on a song or set with her. It’s kind of sad. One saving grace is Ariana’s mother is a very tough ex-CEO Italian mother and she keeps a close eye on her.

    “The symptoms of borderline personality disorder include: a recurring pattern of instability in relationships, efforts to avoid abandonment, identity disturbance, impulsivity, emotional instability, and chronic feelings of emptiness, among other symptoms.”