Pete Davidson Teases Ariana Grande About Her Intense 'Harry Potter' Knowledge in Cute Video

It has been quite the month for Ariana Grande's love life. It was just last month that the "No Tears Left to Cry" singer announced her split from rapper Mac Miller, and just a few weeks later, she's going strong with comedian Pete Davidson

So much so that Davidson, a 24-year-old Saturday Night Live star, now has two tattoos dedicated to Ariana: her initials "AG" on his hand and her signature bunny ears behind his ear. Fans have had a blast following Grande and Davidson's every move on Twitter and Instagram, platforms that the head-over-heels couple have been sharing their love for each other on.

On Thursday (June 7), Ariana posted a 30-second Twitter video to her nearly 60 million followers on the social media platform. In the video, Davidson is seen in a hotel room jokingly criticizing Grande for being an obsessed Harry Potter fan. "I don't know these weird facts that you know. They don't advance the story. Like me knowing what Professor Quirrell's favorite scarf is... that's just not what Harry Potter was to me. Like, I'm sorry I don't know what Dumbledore's cat when he was 4 was." Grande giggles from behind the camera, enjoying his rant poking fun at her. Grande captioned the video "hello im crying."

Fans were quick to respond, mocking Grande for her laugh as well as her overly advanced knowledge of everything Harry Potter.

Check out the Twitter video below: 

This isn't the first Harry Potter moment for the new couple: On May 30, they made their relationship Instagram official by posting a photo of wearing Harry Potter robes with the caption "the chamber of secrets has been opened ..."


the chamber of secrets has been opened ...

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Grande fans have a lot to look forward to from the vocal powerhouse, including a new single "The Light Is Coming" and a June 20 album pre-order for her upcoming fourth album Sweetener. 


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