Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez Officially Divorced

Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez

The curtain has officially closed on the marriage of US pop sensation Ariana Grande and real estate broker Dalton Gomez. After nearly three years of matrimony, the Los Angeles Superior Court finalized their divorce this Tuesday.

The 30-year-old Grammy-winning artist and the 28-year-old property dealer have agreed on a settlement. Ariana Grande will make a one-time payment of $1.25 million to Dalton Gomez. Moreover, Dalton Gomez will receive half the proceeds from the sale of their Los Angeles home. Ariana Grande will also cover up to $25,000 of his legal fees. However, there will be no future alimony payments.

The couple’s whirlwind romance began in January 2020, just before the world was hit by the Covid-19 pandemic. They tied the knot in May 2021 in a small, intimate ceremony at Grande’s Montecito home. However, citing irreconcilable differences, Ariana Grande filed for divorce six months ago.

According to court documents, the couple had been separated for over a year and had a prenuptial agreement in place. With no legal disputes and no children, the divorce proceedings were concluded swiftly.

Dalton Gomez, a Southern California native, has been a player in the luxury real estate market for a decade. The couple was first seen together in February 2020 at a Los Angeles restaurant. They made their public debut as a couple in the music video for “Stuck With U,” a collaboration between Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber, during the lockdown.

In December of that year, Ariana Grande announced their engagement on Instagram with the caption “Forever n then some.”

Despite the personal turmoil, Ariana Grande’s professional life continues to shine. Her seventh studio album, “Eternal Sunshine,” was released on March 8. She is also set to star in the film adaptation of the musical “Wicked,” alongside Tony-winning actress Cynthia Erivo, Oscar-winner Michelle Yeoh, and actor Jeff Goldblum. The film is slated for a November release.

Ariana Grande’s career has not been without tragedy. In 2017, a suicide bomber targeted her concert at the Manchester Arena in the UK, resulting in the death of 22 people.

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