Will Ariana Grande’s messy divorce actually affect her huge net worth?
Say it isn’t so! Power couple Ariana Grande and Dalton Gomez, a veritable duo of music royalty and real estate grandeur, are taking a break from their happily ever after. That’s right, folks – love may indeed be a roller coaster, even for the rich and famous. They may have been the picture of wedded bliss, but this relationship has hit a bump.
After tying the knot just two years ago in a fairy tale-esque ceremony at Grande’s Montecito, California mansion, the pair has made the mutual decision to part ways. But don’t start reaching for your tissues just yet. The “God Is a Woman” singer and Gomez, the luxury real estate kingpin, remain on good terms.
The whispers began earlier this year when the two, despite appearances of wedded bliss, took some time apart. Even a visit from Gomez to the London set of Grande’s latest project, “Wicked,” couldn’t restore the harmony.
Here’s the heartwarming twist: even though they’re heading for Splitsville, Grande and Gomez are still very much in each other’s lives. Their close-knit circle, family, and friends have all rallied behind them, offering support as they navigate this significant life transition. The end of a marriage doesn’t mean the end of a friendship, right?
Grande fans might not be surprised by the news. After all, the pop sensation recently set tongues wagging when she turned up sans wedding band at Wimbledon. The last glimpse of the glittering band had been at a Jeff Goldblum concert back in April. Were we all in the dark or did we simply choose to ignore the signs?
Let’s rewind a bit. In May 2021, Grande and Gomez said their “I dos” in a quaint, intimate ceremony with just less than twenty guests. A few days later, Grande shared snaps of her classic white Vera Wang wedding dress and bow-accented veil, leaving us all swooning.
When they began dating in early 2020, they went public in a music video for Grande’s single “Stuck With U”. By December of the same year, Gomez had proposed with a pearl and diamond ring. The pearl, a special memento from Grande’s grandmother, held a place of significance in the pop diva’s heart.
While this marks Grande’s first marriage, it’s her second engagement. She was previously engaged to “Saturday Night Live” comedian Pete Davidson in 2018. Despite the end of her marriage with Gomez, the future looks bright for Grande. We can’t wait to see what’s next for these two, whether it be in love, music, or real estate.
So, here’s the million-dollar question: Will the “7 Rings” songstress and the high-rolling realtor remain best friends after the dust settles on their marriage? Or perhaps, could this be the break that eventually leads them back into each other’s arms?