Before showcasing their love for each other via many tattoos and Pete-emblazoned sweatshirts, Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson, who of course are now engaged, first met when Grande appeared at Davidson’s workplace, Saturday Night Live, and made a joke about them smoking crack.
Making it official, though, took a bit of waiting: They didn’t marry until 2010, after the California Supreme Court ruled that the ban on same-sex marriage was unconstitutional (and after de Rossi had split up with the director Francesca Gregorini, whom she’d been dating when she and DeGeneres first met.
Pete and Ariana’s union is a bit less surprising when you consider that back in 2002, the power couple-to-be Jay-Z and Beyoncé Knowles also stood side by side on SNL‘s stage. (Technically, they began dating a bit earlier, when Beyoncé was 19, but they had a phone-only relationship for the first year and a half.
Back when she was still making a name for herself as Buffy the Vampire Slayer, in 1997, Sarah Michelle Gellar starred in first-ever major movie: I Know What You Did Last Summer—and just so happened to meet Freddie Prinze Jr. , her then-costar who, in 2002, would go on to become her husband.
Before Instagram, their family’s platform of choice, was even invented, John Legend and Chrissy Teigen met when it came time for Legend to film the music video for his 2006 song “Stereo,” which starred a nearly naked (and at times animated) Teigen.
Although, with their Cardinal Earth (Capricorn) and Fixed Fire (Leo), their signs are not always the best combination on paper, when they do meet and fall for each other, their relationship can be deeply passionate and long-lasting.
With a shared love of their fellow humans and devotion to justice, Bernie and Jane’s love is sure to last forever.
For Bernie and Jane, their love has spanned nearly four decades (and counting! ) and has produced four children and seven grandchildren.
Two earth signs are always going to love each other, because their priorities in life will be naturally in sync.