Pete Davidson & Ariana Grande Sang A Duet For Her Birthday & The Video Is So Cute

Yesterday Ariana Grande celebrated her 25th birthday in a big way. The singer hosted a karaoke party with her close friends and fiancé Pete Davidson in New York City.

The festivity was held at the private Lyric Lounge at Frames Bowling Lounge. Party guests included her brother Frankie Grande and her mom Joan Grande, Queer Eye‘s Antoni Porowski and many of her other friends.

The newly engaged couple stole the night when they performed a duet of Evanescence’s hit “Bring Me To Life.” Grande took the high notes while Davidson rapped. The duo really nailed the 2003 banger. Grande’s friend Doug Middlebrook captured their performance.

The two are super into their performance and are having are a great time. “Some children had therapists, some children had this song in their CD Walkman,” Middlebrook captioned the video on his Instagram story.

This wasn’t the only song the couple sang. Grande sang a solo rendition of Beyonce’s “Love On Top” and killed it. We have been blessed with Grande flawlessly hitting the major key change at the end of the song. It’s disgusting how talented Grande is. She shared the video on her Instagram story and her improptu performance is impressive.

“Pete loved it and she completely nailed the song,” a source told E! News.

Davidson rapped to Eminem’s song “Superman” as well. Grande shared his performance on her Instagram story and he is totally killing it.

Grande had two cakes at her birthday. A sheet cake with a baby photo of herself screen printed on top and a rainbow cake filled with rainbow candy. Grande has been sharing baby photos of herself in honor of her birthday so it’s only fitting that she had a cake to match.

A source told E! News that the couple was “very sweet and loving” at her party and that the birthday girl “had a great night.”

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