Pete Davidson Wants Tan France to Dress Him for His Wedding to Ariana Grande

Ariana Grande’s fiancé—er, I mean Pete Davidson—doesn’t know what he wants to wear for his big day, but he knows who he wants to dress him. According to Queer Eye’s Tan France, Davison asked the fashion expert to get him all spiffy for his wedding to Grande, and Tan said “absolutely.”

“He asked if I’d help him, the answer is yes,” France told Page Six.

It won’t be the first time Tan spruces up the Saturday Night Live star’s wardrobe, though. In fact, the two built quite the rapport back in March. On an episode of SNL, Tan took Davidson shopping Queer Eye-style at Saks Fifth Avenue. However, the duo was shopping for outfits to impress Davidson’s ex-girlfriend’s parents—at the time, he was dating Larry David’s daughter, Cazzie David. Soon after the couple broke it off in May, he met Grande, who had just split with her ex, Mac Miller. The pop star and comedian moved quickly, announcing their engagement less than a month into dating.

Earlier this week, Tan appeared on Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen and voiced his support for the new happy couple. “I’m very, very happy for them. I couldn’t be more happy,” the silver-haired stylist asserted, adding, “I think if anybody finds love that’s amazing. I will always support that.” France insisted that it’s fine to move fast. In fact, sometimes those relationships are equally as successful.

“I told my husband five days into it that I would marry him. He said the same,” Tan said, adding, “And we’re together 10 years later, so who knows?”

Hopefully, Tan will serve up the perfect tux for Davidson (with a pop of color). Back in March, the fashion expert asked the 24-year old, “When you get dressed in the morning and you walk out the house, do you think, ‘I look sexy’?” Pete retorted, “Never.” But after slipping into a fitted denim jacket and graphic tee, per Tan’s request, the groom-to-be smiled and quipped, “I feel like Timothée Chalamet!”

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