Ariana Grande Files for Divorce from Dalton Gomez, Citing "Irreconcilable Differences"


Ariana Grande has initiated divorce proceedings from Dalton Gomez.

Grande officially filed for divorce in Los Angeles on Monday, citing "irreconcilable differences" as the grounds for dissolution, according to a source familiar with the matter who spoke to CNN.

A representative for Ariana Grande has not yet commented on the matter. Noted family law attorney Laura Wasser is handling Grande's legal representation in the divorce. The legal representation for Dalton Gomez has not been confirmed as of CNN's latest update.

The union between the "Thank U, Next" singer and Gomez took place in 2021.

The wedding ceremony was described as "tiny and intimate," with fewer than 20 attendees. Grande's representative told People at the time, "The room was so happy and full of love. The couple and both families couldn’t be happier."

Grande previously shared snapshots of their nuptials, which unfolded at their residence in Montecito, on her Instagram, with the caption "5.15.21."

Although the post has since been taken down, the images once showcased Grande in a Vera Wang wedding gown, sharing a kiss with Gomez, who was attired in a Tom Ford suit.

This matrimonial event in 2021 followed Grande's engagement to comedian Pete Davidson by two years.

The singer and Gomez, a real estate professional, made their relationship public with the release of Grande's 2020 song "Stuck with U," a collaboration with Justin Bieber. Gomez featured in the music video for the track. The engagement was announced in the same year.

Rumors of their separation started circulating in July when the "Sweetener" singer was seen without her wedding band during an outing at Wimbledon.

The last time Ariana Grande posted a photo with Gomez on her social media was in November. Throughout their time together, the couple largely kept their relationship away from the public eye.

Before the SAG-AFTRA strike in July, the Grammy-winning artist was occupied with filming the cinematic adaptation of "Wicked" in London, sharing the screen with Bailey, Cynthia Erivo, Jeff Goldblum, Michelle Yeoh, and Bowen Yang.