• Selena Gomez thanked Ariana Grande for her support after receiving an ice cream-shaped bouquet from the "Bang Bang" singer
  • Gomez and Blackpink dropped their collab song "Ice Cream" on Aug. 28
  • The "Kill Em with Kindness" singer made a new ice cream flavor with Serendipity in honor of her collaboration with Blackpink

Ariana Grande celebrated Selena Gomez's collaboration with Blackpink with a full blast of creativity by sending her fellow American artist with an ice cream-shaped bouquet.

Gomez and Blackpink dropped their song entitled "Ice Cream" last week. Grande congratulated the "Kill Em with Kindness" singer by sending her a colorful flower arrangement that was shaped like everyone's favorite frozen dessert.

Gomez shared a photo of Grande's thoughtful gift in her Instagram Stories over the weekend. It featured a globe of pastel pink roses rested on top of a ring of white roses. The flowers were arranged in a vase that looked like a waffle cone. The bouquet gave an impression of a scoop of strawberry ice cream with some vanilla thrown into it.

In a subsequent Story, Gomez shared the note that accompanied Grande's gift for her. "Selena, Congrats ice queen!" the note read and it was signed, "love & gratitude Ari.”

Gomez loved the present she received from Grande and thanked the “Rain On Me” singer on her post.

“Thank you so much for everything. Your support means the world!!” Gomez wrote.

Prior to the release of “Ice Cream,” Gomez announced that she made a new ice cream flavor for Serendipity in honor of her collaboration with Blackpink. She called it the “Cookies & Cream Remix” that features pink vanilla ice cream with thick fudge swirls and brown cream-filled cookie pieces.

On Aug. 12, Gomez officially announced her collab song with the K-pop band on Instagram. However, fans waited for weeks because the single was officially released on Aug. 28.

A day after the song’s release, Gomez shared a behind-the-scenes clip on her Instagram. She said that she had to step into the quartet's world who were known for their personalities in their videos. Gomez was sad that they were not able to film the music video together due to the COVID-19 pandemic but understood that they had to prioritize their safety.

"Blackpink, they’re very known for their videos and they’re known for their personalities, so I felt like I got to step into their world a little bit," Gomez was quoted by Us Weekly, as saying.

"I wish that I was there with them. I guarantee you there’s this synergy that we could have if we could be in the same place, but we’re being safe."

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LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - FEBRUARY 06: Selena Gomez attends the 2020 Hollywood Beauty Awards at The Taglyan Complex on February 06, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. Tibrina Hobson/Getty Images