Ariana Grande secretly marries Dalton Gomez in ‘tiny and intimate’ ceremony

A representative for the popstar confirmed the news

Ariana Grande marries Dalton Gomez wedding

by Carl Smith |

Ariana Grande has married her fiancé Dalton Gomez in a secret wedding ceremony after announcing their engagement back in December.

The thank u, next singer has been dating Dalton, an LA-based real estate agent, for around a year and half.

A representative for the popstar confirmed she and Dalton had tied the knot in front of less than 20 people at their home in Montecito, California.

They said, “They got married. It was tiny and intimate - less than 20 people.

The room was so happy and full of love. The couple and both families couldn't be happier."

After she tied the knot, et's take a look back at the perma-ponytailed pop princess' relationship timeline; from the late Mac Miller to former fiancé Pete Davidson.

Ariana Grande's boyfriend timeline


Ariana Grande's relationship timeline: Her complete dating history

Ariana Grande and Graham Phillips
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Ariana and Graham met at 15 years old when they were both starring in the Broadway production of 13: The Musical. They dated for three years and released a song called Stick Around together in 2010. Ari continued the trend of duetting with partners later in her career, but more on that later.Is he on thank u, next? Nah, mate.

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Ariana dated Jai Brooks - a member of Australian prank-pop band The Janoskians - between 2012 and 2014. Things didn't end on good terms, though; as Jai accused Ariana of cheating on him with The Wanted's Nathan Sykes very publicly on Twitter. Ariana denied the claims, before the pair briefly got back together for a couple of months in 2014.Is he on thank u, next? Nope.

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Following that Jai Brooks drama, Ari and Nathan got together as they collaborated on the track Almost is Never Enough; taken from her debut album. The pair split just months later, with many reports claiming Ari wrote Break Your Heart Right Back about the split.The pair are still on good terms and released a second duet - Over and Over Again - in 2016.Is he on thank u, next? No, but he's fine with it. In an interview with TMZ Nathan explained it's 'good' he didn't get a mention, whatever that means.

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Ariana and Big Sean made their public debut on the GRAMMY red carpet in 2015. Much like Nathan and Ari, the pair have two duets together; 2013's Right There and 2014's Best Mistake. The couple reportedly split due to busy schedules, but they remain 'good friends' and Ari confirmed he heard thank u, next ahead of its release.Is he on thank u, next? Yep, the opening line 'thought I'd end up with Sean, but it wasn't a match' is about him.

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Following her split from Big Sean Ariana dated one of her dancers, Ricky Alvarez, for a year. He's the guy she's hanging out with in that infamous doughnut shop video, remember? Neither party have explained the cause of the split, but they remain on good terms.Is he on thank u, next? Yup. The line 'wrote some songs about Ricky, now I listen and laugh' refers to many tracks on her 2016 album Dangerous Woman; including Knew Better/Forever Boy. He's cool with it, though; taking to his Instagram story to praise both Ariana and the track.

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Ariana dated the late Mac Miller (real name Malcolm McCormick) from 2016-2018. The pair originally collaborated on her debut single The Way back in 2013 and released another track - My Favourite Part - in 2016. Mac famously supported Ariana at her One Love Manchester concert in 2017 following the Manchester Arena terror attack and split earlier this year after she debuted No Tears Left to Cry at Coachella.Mac tragically passed away on 7th September 2018, and Ariana has since paid tribute to the rapper.Is he on thank u, next? Ariana describes Mac as an 'angel' on the track in a fitting tribute to the late star.

Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson
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Ariana and SNL comedian Pete Davidson proved the whirlwind romance of 2018. Just weeks after getting together, the pair announced their engagement in June 2018. The pair split in October 2018 but remain on good terms.Pete addressed their break-up on SNL, saying: "The truth is, it's nobody's business. Sometimes things just don't work out. She's a wonderful strong person and I wish her all the happiness in the world."Is he on thank u, next? Yep. 'Even almost got married, and for Pete I'm so thankful' is obviously about their whirlwind romance.

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In thank u, next Ariana serves some unapologetic feminism as she claims she's now in a relationship with herself. YAS, queen.

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Ariana and Dalton first began dating in January 2020 and spent the pandemic in quarantine at her home in LA. Although the pair usually keep their relationship out of the public eye, Ariana has shared a few loved-up snaps with her man on Instagram.

Dalton also appeared alongside Ariana in the video for Stuck With U, her collaboration with Justin Bieber.

Ariana and Dalton revealed they were engaged in December 2020, with a source revealing her family was "very happy" with the news.

"Everyone loves Dalton. He is great for Ari. This phase of her life has been very quiet and uneventful in a good way. They are very happy that she is marrying Dalton," they told PEOPLE.

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