Ariana Grande has officially filed for divorce from Dalton Gomez, as per court documents obtained by Billboard. TMZ first reported the news, stating that Grande filed her petition in Los Angeles County court on September 18, citing «irreconcilable differences.» Gomez also filed his own papers, noting the date of separation as February 20, 2023.
In July, it was revealed that Grande and Gomez were ending their two-year marriage. Before their separation, they made efforts to reconcile, but those attempts were unsuccessful. Media outlets like TMZ, People, and Entertainment Tonight mentioned that despite the separation, Grande and Gomez maintained a friendly connection and communicated regularly by phone.
The couple started dating in early 2020 but kept their relationship private until May when they publicly acknowledged it. They often appeared together on Grande's Instagram page, eventually announcing their engagement in December. Grande shared the engagement news on December 20 through a series of photos, including a glimpse of her engagement ring. They exchanged vows just five months later, in May 2021.
Following their separation, rumors circulated about Grande dating her Wicked co-star Ethan Slater. Slater, known for his role as SpongeBob SquarePants in the musical, had previously been married to singer Lilly Jay, and they celebrated their four-year wedding anniversary in November 2022. The former couple also has a one-year-old son together.
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When did Ariana Grande file for divorce from Dalton Gomez, and what reason did she cite?
Ariana Grande filed for divorce from Dalton Gomez on September 18, citing «irreconcilable differences» as the reason, according to court documents.
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