Camila Cabello 'Proposes' to Ariana Grande on Twitter - See Their Adorable Tweets
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It was started with the 'Havana' hitmaker tweeting a praise for her pal Ariana for being able to handle her signature hairdo: the high ponytail.

AceShowbiz - Camila Cabello and Ariana Grande's friendship is probably the cutest one in the world. The two top singers made everyone want to be a part of their squad following a cute Twitter interaction that turned into a sweet public proposal.

It was started with the "Havana" hitmaker taking to the micro-blogging site to praise her pal Ariana for being able to handle her signature hairdo: the high ponytail. The Cuban singer, who came out as the biggest winner at the 2018 MTV EMAs, revealed that she was struggling with the hair style which made her wonder how the "No Tears Left to Cry" singer handled the pain.

"I just did a high ponytail for the first time and it is literally pulling on my BRAIN ITS SO PAINFUL HOW DO YOU DO IT @ArianaGrande," she wrote. But then she seemingly just remembered the most important question of all as she added in another tweet, "Also, will you be my wife again @arianagrande."

The "God Is a Woman" songtress then replied to Camila, writing back, "Well u actually have hair so that prolly makes it a lil more painful." she went on saying that she was actually not better than her in handling the pain, "nah jk i'm in constant pain always and don't care at all."

And of course, Ariana also responded to Camila's very public proposal. "and also ...... i never thought you'd ask. come home bb girl," she tweeted.

The BFF kept the Twitter conversation going with Camila replying with a pic of herself rolling her eyes. "I had to take it off," she captioned the snap, before adding the hashtag #thankunext that referred to Ariana's new song "Thank U, Next".

In the song, the "Side to Side" singer sings about ex-fiance Pete Davidson, along with former lovers Big Sean and Ricky Alvarez, as well as referencing the tragic death of her former boyfriend, Mac Miller.

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