In May 2021, Ariana Grande wed real estate agent Dalton Gomez, but information regarding their connection was scant.
Following her high-profile romance with Pete Davidson, the singer bid her former partnerships “Thank U, Next” and moved on in 2020. (Her desire for solitude makes sense given that she also had a very public connection with the late rapper Mac Miller.) Although she kept her relationship with Gomez, the Aaron Kirman Group’s director of the luxury estates business, a secret for months, she made him known to the public in her “Stuck With U” music video before making things Instagram-official in June. They were entirely over less than a presidential term later.
Let’s review their relationship history, beginning with the time they allegedly began dating at the start of the year, right before the pandemic.
They started dating in January, although Ariana Grande reportedly intended to keep their romance private after calling off her engagement to Saturday Night Live actor and New Yorker Pete Davidson in October 2018.
According to a source at the time, “They have been hanging out for a few months.” “Ariana is trying to keep this one quiet because she doesn’t want to have another public relationship, but she seems to be happy with Dalton.”
In “Stuck With U” music video by Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande, the couple makes their first public appearance. The couple slow-dances to the love song towards the end of the video
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Ariana Grande turns 28 and appears to be celebrating with her hubby and their…slinky? The pop sensation hangs on her husband Dalton Gomez as he dangles a plastic toy in a video that was uploaded to Instagram Stories and seen by fan accounts. She is wearing a plastic birthday tiara. She posted a video of him kissing her on the head and said, “Thank you for so much love.”
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According to TMZ, the couple, who have been apart since January, are divorcing after two years of marriage. According to the story, the couple’s relationship suffered from the distance and recent attempts at reconciliation were unsuccessful. The breakup was later confirmed by People as well. According to a source who spoke with the site, they “have been quietly and lovingly working on their friendship.”
July 19: Judging by the absence of the wedding photographs Grande shared in 2021, it appears that Grande has started removing Gomez from her Instagram grid. She also removed a post she had published honoring their two-year wedding anniversary in May, according to Page Six, in addition to the wedding pictures.