Fans of "Nariana" might have thought that the first date between Ariana Grande and Nathan Sykes happened in the happiest place on earth - Disney. However, in an interview with Cosmopolitan magazine, the "Sam & Cat" star revealed their first date occurred at a hotel. Hold those horses! It's nothing like the usual hotel dates some celebrities indulge in.
If some celebrities hit the hotel to do something what everyone else has in mind, then that has got nothing to do with what Nathan Sykes had planned for Ariana Grande. The Wanted singer had a different plan for his first date with Ariana Grande. Thankfully, the former red-head starlet revealed all the details about the date in her interview with Cosmopolitan magazine.
"We were going back to his hotel to watch a movie, and he had Ladurée macarons and sunflowers waiting - I love Parisian baked goods, and sunflowers are my favorite flower," shared Grande.
Of course, there's more to just macarons and sunflowers.
"He had taken the DVD player out of the bedroom and into the living room, because he said he didn't want to take me into the bedroom on the first date," continued Grande.
Nothing spells "Gentleman" than one who knows the difference between a date in the living room and a date in the bedroom. As for "Nariana" shippers, this big reveal from Grande is enough to make hearts melt. Some are clamouring for news whether this interview proves that Nathan and Ariana are still together or not.
Early this week, Nathan Sykes had unfollowed Grande on Twitter then blamed it on a hacking. On the other hand, Grande refused to address Nathan directly but the said hacking in her recent tweet.
"I think I was blocked by some hacker on his account but nothing drama worthy. Focused on family, work and you guys. Love U," stated Grande on her Twitter.
In fact, other than her recent Twitter post, Grande also had a few words to say about her haters on social media sites.
"I don't even block them anymore, because I feel like it's giving them negativity in return. So I just let it happen and forgive them and move on. Those people are fighting their own battles," stated Grande.
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