Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson have reportedly gotten engaged after dating for less than a month.
The couple originally met in 2016 when Grande hosted “Saturday Night Live.”
According to body language experts, they have clear chemistry but may be due for some hardship in their relationship.
At this point, Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson’s relationship is all but impossible to ignore.
The singer and SNL actor have been together for a little less than a month and, during this time, they have gotten matching tattoos, penned open letters in honor of one another, and worn matching “Harry Potter” robes together. Most recently, the couple reportedly celebrated their 24-day anniversary by getting engaged. (And then, of course, they went to Disney Land.)
Your reaction to the news of Grande and Davidson’s apparently-impending nuptials could have been, “Yes, please!” or it could have been, “I would like to get off this ride, please.” Either way, you will most likely be interested in learning what their future holds — and part of that involves taking a deep look at their body language.
To do so, INSIDER consulted two body language experts: Dr. Lillian Glass and Patti Wood. See what they had to say here.
Grande and Davidson’s first interaction on SNL shows mutual attraction.
When Ariana Grande hosted “Saturday Night Live” in March 2016, her song-as-monologue focused on creating a “scandal” to herald the adult stage of her career. As part of the gag (which starts around the 3:50 minute mark), Davidson invited her to smoke pot with him.
To this, she replied, “Pot? Let’s smoke some crack, man.” Davidson refused the offer.
Their entire on-screen interaction lasted approximately nine seconds. All the same, some eagle-eyed fans have pointed to this as the moment in which sparks began to fly between the couple — and, according to both Glass and Wood, they’re not too far off.
“Instead of ‘cheating’ to the audience, which means that you stand facing towards the cameras and sort of look back at whoever you’re addressing on stage, she turns her body directly to him,” Wood told INSIDER. “They were supposed to be interacting, but it was so deliberate and it’s not what she did with the other actors she interacted with. Women do that when they want to be fully connected, they go face-to-face.
Glass also said she sees signs of flirting from Grande based …read more
Source:: Business Insider