Simple Moments Together with Big Sean Make Ariana Grande the ‘Happiest’
Some say that the most unexpected moments are the most memorable, while others would argue that the simplest times are the most precious times. And the latter certainly works on Ariana Grande as she bonds with boyfriend Big Sean while riding out in New York City.
After performing at the Madison Square Garden Jingle Ball Show on Friday, Dec. 12, 2014, Grande and Sean finally got some private moments together at the back of an SUV. On Sunday, Dec. 14, 2014, Grande posted a photo of her resting her head on Big Sean’s lap, looking very much in love with each other. She captioned this Instagram photo “happiest ☁☁.”
As if the photo wasn’t romantic enough for both of them, Big Sean is obviously thinking along the sweet lines of his girlfriend as he also posted the same photo on his Instagram account the very next day.
According to MTV News, Grande and Big Sean have been on the news for quite some time now due to their increasing number of PDA over the past month. One good example is their duet performance of their song “Best Mistake” during the KIIS FM Jingle Ball in Los Angeles.
Due to the unmistakably growing romance between the two celebrities, everyone’s been speculating as to when they’ll hear a different tune coming from these two. Well, probably not too long now.
Recent news from Life & Style says that Grande and Big Sean have recently started talking about marriage. “[Ariana] is hoping for a ring this Christmas. She knows they're young, but she is head over heels in love with him. It's very serious," a source tells Life & Style.
The source adds that Sean is head over heels to Ariana, and he is truly happy that he did not end up tying the knot with Naya Rivera.
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