Ariana Grande Sends Selena Gomez An Ice Cream Cone Bouquet

Ariana Grande Sends Selena Gomez An Ice Cream Cone Bouquet

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Grande sent a bouquet flowers in a shape of an ice cream cone. Gomez captioned the Instagram story, “Obsessed,”.

In another entry, the ‘Rare’ songstress wrote, “Thank you so much for everything. Your support means the world!!”. Along with the gift is a note from the sender stating, “Selena, Congratulations ice queen! Love & Gratitude, Ari.”

The bouquet arrangement is made up of pink and white roses on top of the ice cream cone.

Aside from ‘Ice Cream’ featuring Selena, the project has also credited some artists for the technical side. This included producer and songwriter Tommy Brown, who revealed the song’s cover art in Instagram.

“Produced and written be(sic) me and some of my awesome friends,” he captioned and tagged BLACKPINK, Selena Gomez, Victoria Monet, Bekauh Book, Steve Franks, and Ariana Grande.

Brown also received the same bouquet from Grande.

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