Ariana Grande found her forever after while looking for a home. Now, the singer has a wedding to plan that she got engaged to her boyfriend, 25-year-old Dalton Gomez.
When Ariana Grande searched for a new home in 2019, it came to her in an unexpected way. Ready to spend the rest of her life with Dalton Gomez, Grande announced their engagement.
Even though Gomez and Grande sparked dating rumors in February 2020, the couple got together months before the novel coronavirus reached pandemic status.
Even though a kiss while at a restaurant in February sparked dating rumors, the couple only went public with their relationship in May. The following month, Grande and Gomez went Instagram official with a cuddle pic.
Taking to social media with a slideshow of images on Friday, Grande announced her new relationship status while showing off her gorgeous diamond engagement ring, ready for forever "and then some."
HOW THEIR BOND FORMED
Even though the couple got together a year and a half ago, they created a strong bond while socially distancing together during the mandatory quarantine period, as a source told E! News earlier this year:
"She's gotten to know him quickly with the quarantine. They've been spending a lot of one-on-one time at home."
HE'S NOT IN SHOWBIZ
A San Bernardino, California native, Gomez now lives in Los Angeles, where he works as a real estate agent selling luxury properties for the Aaron Kirman Group.
Gomez has sold stunning mansions to celebrities like the NBA star Chandler Parsons and Kunal Nayyar from "The Big Bang Theory," in Beverly Hills and Hollywood Hills areas.
HOW THEY MET
It is also through his work that Gomez met Grande. She wanted to buy a getaway house and enlisted Gomez's help. However, as soon as the pair met, the sparks flew.
"She immediately thought he was cute and very good-looking, and she asked her team to set up an in-person meeting with him. Ariana fell very hard for Dalton shortly after they met," the source added.
Grande's last got serious with the "Saturday Night Live" star Pete Davidson. The pair got engaged, but they broke it off, along with their relationship in October 2018.
MORE WEDDING BELLS AHEAD
Relatedly, another celebrity just became engaged. On December 16, the "House of Payne" star, Keshia Knight Pulliam announced that she said yes to the actor Brad James.
The actress announced the news by posting a picture taken at their engagement party, her heart jumping for joy at the new development in their relationship