When Will Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson Get Married? 'Sweetener' Singer Reveals Possible Wedding Date

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson's engagement may seem fast to some people, but she knows he's her soulmate and the one for her, she told ABC News' Michael Strahan for Good Morning America Wednesday.

"It's just a feeling," she said, acknowledging that sounds "cheesy." "People are always [saying], 'When you know, you know,' and you [say], 'Oh, yeah, whatever, okay.'"

"I just feel it," she told Strahan. "He just ticks every box, and it gets better every day. I'm very grateful for him. Life is beautiful."

The 25-year-old singer also spoke on Good Morning America about the song, "Pete Davidson," from her new album, Sweetener. "I didn't know what to call it because I made it just to send to him, just a nice little sentiment, as a love letter," she said.

Grande wrote the song a week after she and Davidson "started hanging out," she said on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon Thursday. She explained why she changed the name from "Pete" to "Pete Davidson on Twitter in July. She likes "the way it looks" and loves "his name" and "him," she said. "Music lasts forever."

Grande and Davidson's engagement happened quickly; they got engaged in June, less than a month after news broke they were seeing each other. That doesn't mean their wedding will be soon, too. "We're going to take our time to plan it," she told ABC News. "It's really fun. I work so much, I've never spent this much time or energy planning something personal that feeds my soul so much and my heart. I'm just so excited." The wedding isn't "soon, soon," she said. "It's going to be like next year."

Grande also spoke about the upcoming wedding and their relationship with Ebro Darden on Beats 1 on Apple Music Friday. She wants to have "probably like three" children, and she told Darden she's planning to hyphenate her last name and be Ariana Grande-Davidson.

As for her professional name, she hopes to "eventually just be Ariana," she said on the radio show.

Both Grande and Davidson said they knew they'd marry the other the day they met. The singer told Fallon she said to her tour manager, "I'm marrying him, 100 percent," after they worked together on skits for her Saturday Night Live appearance in 2016.

"The day I met her, I was like, 'Hey, I'll marry you tomorrow,'" Davidson told GQ Thursday. "I sent her a picture [of engagement rings]. I was like, 'Do you like any of these?'"