To the outside world, the influx of quickie engagements can seem really bizarre and even a bit out of touch with reality. Why would rich and good-looking people get engaged so quickly, especially when they’ve been in the entertainment industry dating pool for years? Well according to Ariana Grande, it’s simply because they’re human beings.
In light of the news that Justin Beiber proposed to Hailey Baldwin, in what seems like record speed considering that Beiber was just back with Selena Gomez and Baldwin was cuddled up with Shawn Mendes only a couple of months ago, some are questioning the authenticity of these couples.
One fan seemed to find a correlation between these quickie proposals.
Scooter Braun who manages both Grande and Beiber was criticized in a tweet that has since been deleted.
The theory that he’s the one that is behind the scenes orchestrating these relationships and turning them into potential marriages is a new one but may purely be coincidental.
Grande claims that Braun truly cares about those he manages and is an advocate for their health and happiness first before the money that can be made in their careers.
Many thought that Grande became engaged to Pete Davidson much too quickly.
She has been very open and honest on social media about the struggles she’d had to recently endure and how much this type of relationship has meant to her.
She doesn’t want to wait or feel the need to play out the relationship differently because she does feel so content and in love in the present moment.
While today’s announcement of Justin Beiber and Hailey Baldwin’s engagement raises similar questions, this kind of hasty decision making all in the name of love isn’t new or exclusive to celebrities.
Quicky engagements and shot-gun weddings have been around forever. Just like other relationships that play out more slowly, some last and some do not.