Ariana Grande shared the details of her engagement on Instagram with the Los Angeles real estate agent Dalton Gomez, with the caption, “forever n then some.”
She revealed on Instagram on Sunday that pop star Ariana Grande is engaged to luxurious real estate agent Dalton Gomez.
She captioned her message, “Forever n then some,” by showing pictures of herself with Mr. Gomez (and a diamond and pearl bracelet.
Over the past year, Ms. Ariana Grande pointed to her friendship with Mr. Gomez, tucking photographs with him into piles of pictures posted on Instagram.
The couple’s official appearance in the spring, including a shot of Ms. Grande and Mr. Gomez performing, was a music video for her collaboration with Justin Bieber on “Stuck With U,” a reference to quarantine.
Ariana Grande’s manager, Scooter Braun, congratulated the couple with his comment. “Congrats to these two amazing souls,” he wrote. “Ari we love you and could not be happier for you. Dalton you are a lucky man. ❤️”
Hailey Bieber, wife to singer Justin Bieber wrote, “so happy for you guys!!”
In its review, The NY Times wrote, along with her “unapologetically and sometimes humorously libidinous lyrics,” Ms. Grande’s latest record, “Positions,” which was released in the fall, has “occasional slips of vulnerability that reveal the giddiness and anxiety of new love.”
According to his profile on the agency’s website, Mr. Gomez, a real estate agent at the Aaron Kirman Company in Los Angeles, was born and raised in South California. For five years, he worked in luxury real estate, managing sales of homes such as Pierre Koenig’s Los Angeles Case Study No. 21, which acted as the “Charmed” package.
“Her ex-boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller, died of an accidental overdose shortly after the release of Ms. Grande’s 2018 album, “Sweetener.
In 2013, he worked with Ms. Grande on her hit album, The Path.
“She said of Mr. Miller in a post on Instagram after his death, “I have adored you since the day I saw you when I was nineteen and I always will.
She had been engaged to the comedian Pete Davidson for just a few months at the time of Mr. Miller’s death. Shortly thereafter, Ms. Grande called off their marriage.
Mr. Davidson attributed their separation to the death of Mr. Miller, telling the Charlamagne Tha God radio host in an interview that “I almost knew it was over after that.”
Mr. Davidson posted a disturbing post on Instagram in December 2018: ‘I don’t ever want to be on this planet anymore,’ he wrote.
A police officer examined him at the “Saturday Night Live” studios in Manhattan, where he is a cast member, and NBC called the Police Department to say he was okay, the police said at the time.
He said in the deleted message, “I’m doing all I can to stay here for you, but I don’t really know how much longer I can last.” Everything I really did was to support others. Only note that I said this to you.
On the Nickelodeon program ‘Victorious,’ which aired from 2010 to 13, Ms. Grande, 27, achieved popularity as Cat Valentine, but it was her music career that gave her international stardom. On the Billboard Global 200, her song ‘Positions’ peaked at No. 1.