Dive inside Ariana Grande's long dating history as the singer splits from her husband of two years, Dalton Gomez!
Ariana Grande's personal life has hit a setback again as sources confirm her split from Dalton Gomez, her husband of two years. The Grammy-winning singer, who has cemented an impeccable career in the last decade, has endured many tragedies and tabloid snipping in the last few years, including the heartbreaking terror attack at her Manchester concert.
Born on June 26, 1993, in Boca Raton, Florida, Ariana became a beloved star starring in the Nickelodeon television series Victorious and Sam & Cat. Today, the 30-year-old pretty much rules the Billboard charts as a pop icon and one of the best-selling artists. Ahead are all the deets on Grande's unraveled marriage with Gomez and her past dating career.
Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez Heading for Divorce!
Thank You, Next! Grande is probably moving forward keeping her 2019 hitmaker in heart as she and Gomez split after two years. The Grammy winner and her now-estranged husband, Dalton Gomez, 27, a real estate agent, reportedly went separate ways earlier this year, and have been since working on their friendship.
The shocking split announcement comes just days after Grande was spotted without her wedding band, leading her fans to wonder if the troubles knocked on the duo's paradise. Grande's relationship with Dalton was her first dip into a low-profile romance after a string of tabloid-famous relationships.
The duo first sparked dating rumors in early 2020 and the confirmation came amid the lockdown. Grande and her then-beau appeared in her and Justin Bieber's mv, Stuck With You. A source close to the couple shared that the two fell in love after Ariana hired Gomez as her real estate agent. "He is the type of guy she's been looking for," the source explained.
The Grammy-winning crooner even referenced her budding romance with Gomez in her hitmaker, POV. "I wanna love me / The way that you love me / For all of my pretty / And all of my ugly too," Grande's gushy lyrics read. The couple's romance took a whirlwind pace after Ariana confirmed their engagement in late 2020.
"She has really enjoyed getting to know and falling in love with Dalton out of the spotlight," a source said, adding, "something she didn't get to do in her past relationships." Grande and Gomez's wedding corroborated their low-key romance as it was intimate, with less than 20 people, and a sweet event. Ariana's wedding post was one of the most-liked Instagram posts.
Sources cite that the pair are trying to keep a cordial bond!
The first-time married occasionally updated their fans on their strong relationship. It goes on without saying that the twosome probably called it quits recently as Ariana lovingly commemorated their second anniversary earlier this year in May. "2 (3.5 together)," the Position crooner wrote, with "I love him so," written on the top of their loved-up snap.
Explore Ariana Grande's Dating History!
Grande's adventurous love life is a hot topic right now and the reason why is pretty clear by now. The actress-turned-pop icon boasts a long star-studded romantic history, starting from her first celeb boyfriend, Graham Philips, who she met on the set of their 2008 Broadway musical, 13. The then-still budding stars dated from 2008 to 2011.
Ariana's next relationship with Jai Brooks was a low-key affair at first before it turned raucous. The Sam & Cat alum started dating the MTV star in 2012 and after almost a year, Brooks accused Grande of cheating on him. "Yes, I was cheated on. Yes, it does suck. Yes, I was left for another man," Brooks tweeted.
The man Jai accused Ariana of cheating on him with was the singer's next beau in the line, Nathan Skyes, a singer. During their short-lived romance, which was a little less than four months, the couple recorded the song, Almost is Never Enough, and the God is a Woman crooner gushed about Skyes on many occasions.
Ariana's venture into more serious romances seemingly began with Big Sean, who she mentions in her hitmaker, Thank U, Next. The singer and rapper were first linked in early 2014 and the confirmation came after a few months. The new love birds faced backlash when late actress Naya Rivera, who was engaged to Sean at one point, accused Ariana of stealing her man.
After her romance with Sean fizzled out in 2015, Grande quickly moved on with her backup dancer, Ricky Alvarez. It was yet again a brief romance. Ariana's next beau, rapper Mac Miller, who she dated from 2016 to 2018, is one of her most notable relationships. Grande was left heartbroken when Miller died just a few months after their breakup.
"I'm so sorry I couldn't fix or take your pain away. I really wanted to. I hope you're okay now. rest," the Grammy winner wrote in her emotional tribute. Grande's relationship with comedian Pete Davidson was as much of a head-turner.
Ariana and Davidson even got engaged at one point during their whirlwind romance before calling it off in October 2018. Ariana's last relationship before she delved into a conjugal life with Gomez was with Social House member Mikey Foster, who collaborated with the Grammy winner on the hit song, Boyfriend.
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