Ariana Grande officially files for divorce from Dalton Gomez after two years of marriage

Grande and Gomez “took their time together to slowly work through the details of the agreement privately” before filing for divorce

After two years of marriage, Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez have filed for divorce. Ariana filed for divorce from the 28-year-old real estate agent on Monday, according to People, and Gomez answered immediately.

According to a People source, Grande and Gomez “took their time together to slowly work through the details of the agreement privately” before filing for divorce two months after their separation was made public. They have shown each other a great deal of respect and care during this journey.


According to a source who spoke to People about Grande and Gomez’s split, the decision was mutual. According to the insider, the relationship “didn’t work” once Ari relocated to London to film Wicked, but Ari had nothing but great things to say about Dalton. Throughout their marriage, he was her staunchest supporter.

They made their romance public when they appeared in the music video for Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber’s song ‘Stuck with U’ in May of that year. They began dating in January of 2020. They announced their engagement in December 2020, and they married on May 15, 2021.

While the two kept their romance low-key, Grande released a photo from their wedding day on her Instagram Story to commemorate the couple’s second wedding anniversary in May. In the caption, she also added, “I love him so.”

Following their split, sources told People that Grande was now seeing Ethan Slater, with whom she co-starred in the Broadway musical of Wicked. Slater married Lilly Jay, a high school buddy, in November 2018, and the couple welcomed a child in January. Slater filed for divorce from Jay in July.

Following Grande’s divorce from Gomez and Slater’s divorce from Jay, the new pair began dating.

Earlier, a close family member revealed to People, “The truth is, Ariana and Ethan didn’t start dating until after both parties were respectfully separated.”

Grande and Slater are attempting to strike a balance between the need to respect all people involved and the fact that they are in the public eye, according to a second source familiar with the situation who spoke to People.

“They are just figuring out their new relationship in private,” the person added.

Slater will play Boq in Jon M. Chu’s film adaptation of the renowned Broadway musical Wicked, in which Grande will play Glinda. Although it is unclear whether the SAG-AFTRA strike will affect the film’s premiere, production began in the UK in 2022, with a November 2024 release date scheduled.