Inside Ariana Grande’s 25th birthday bash
Ariana Grande celebrated her 25th birthday with fiancé Pete Davidson and pals at a private karaoke lounge inside hidden Port Authority bowling alley Frames.
Spies said Grande performed Beyoncé’s “Love on Top” for a group of 28 friends — and that she and Davidson dueted on Evanescence’s 2003 hit “Bring Me to Life,” while Davidson (wearing a Rao’s T-shirt and backwards ballcap) also rapped Eminem’s “Superman.”
A source said of the scene: “Frames has a private karaoke room with a separate entrance called the Lyric Lounge, which was completely covered before Grande’s arrival to maintain secrecy.”
And, “A birthday cake with an image of Ariana as a baby was delivered earlier in the day and served at the party.”
We hear that after three hours of belting out tunes, the singer’s “personal security team ushered the group out around 11 p.m. through a back door and they then slipped into the private VIP bowling area and stayed until 1 a.m. drinking, eating and bowling.”
Grande’s brother Frankie was also there.
Meantime, spies saw Davidson earlier this week nearby “walking solo up 8th Avenue and popping into Murray’s Bagels at 23rd Street to grab lunch. Dressed in jeans, and a gray sweatshirt, his sleeves were rolled up to reveal his new arm ink, covering up his Cazzie David tattoo.”
The “SNL” star was not far from the new $16 million Chelsea pad he reportedly shares with Grande in a Zaha Hadid-designed condo building.
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