Ariana Grande Officially Files for Divorce from Dalton Gomez Pop star Ariana Grande has officially filed for divorce from her husband of two years, Dalton Gomez, according to TMZ. Grande filed for divorce in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Monday, September 19, 2023, citing “irreconcilable differences.”
Gomez filed his response to the divorce petition on the same day. According to sources close to the couple, the decision to divorce was mutual and they have been separated for several months.
Grande and Gomez began dating in January 2020 and got engaged in December of the same year. They were married in a private ceremony in May 2021.
The couple’s divorce comes as a surprise to many fans, as they had always seemed very happy together. However, sources say that the long distance between them while Grande was filming Wicked in London put a strain on their relationship.
Grande and Gomez have not yet publicly commented on their divorce. However, they have asked for privacy during this difficult time.
What happens next?
The divorce process can be lengthy and complicated, especially for celebrities. Grande and Gomez will need to negotiate a settlement agreement that covers issues such as property division, spousal support, and child custody (if they have any children).
Once the settlement agreement is finalized, it will need to be approved by a judge. If the judge approves the settlement, the divorce will be final.
Implications for Grande’s career
Grande’s divorce is unlikely to have a major impact on her career. She is one of the most successful pop stars in the world, and her fans are very supportive of her.
However, the divorce may delay the release of Grande’s next album. She has been working on the album for several months, but she may need to take some time off to focus on her personal life.
Ariana Grande’s divorce from Dalton Gomez is a sad event, but it is important to remember that divorce is a normal part of life. Millions of people go through divorce every year.
We wish Grande and Gomez all the best as they move forward with their lives.