Ariana Grande and her husband Dalton Gomez are calling it quits after just over two years of marriage.
Grande filed for divorce from Gomez on Monday, according to an online Los Angeles County Superior Court filing reviewed by USA TODAY. Gomez also filed for dissolution of their marriage on Monday.
USA TODAY has reached out to the couple’s representatives for further comment.
Grande was spotted at Wimbledon in July with her “Wicked” co-star Jonathan Bailey — and without her wedding ring. In the photos, Grande’s hands were visible, but not her diamond and pearl engagement ring.
The pop star married Gomez in May 2021 in a small ceremony. Grande’s rep, Michelle Margolis, confirmed a People report to USA TODAY at the time.
The couple got married at the couple’s home in Montecito, California, with fewer than 20 people in attendance. Grande wore a Vera Wang dress and platform heels. Wang promised Grande at the Met Gala years ago that she would one day make the singer’s wedding dress.
The “Thank U, Next” singer announced her engagement to the real estate agent in 2020, showing off an engagement ring on her left ring finger while cuddling up to Gomez.
“Forever and then some,” Grande captioned the post.
Reports first surfaced of Grande and Gomez’s relationship in March 2020, although neither has publicly confirmed their relationship outside of occasional photos together on social media.
Grande was previously engaged to “Saturday Night Live” star Pete Davidson after meeting him during her time on “SNL.” Love blossomed between the pop star and the comedian, and they got engaged weeks after making their relationship Instagram official. The two called off their engagement in October 2018.
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A month later, Grande released “Thank U, Next.” The opening lines of the song mention Davidson as well as his other exes Big Sean, Ricky Alvarez and Mac Miller, who died of a drug overdose in September 2018.
Contributor: Rasha Ali, Hannah Yasharoff, Charles Trepany And Edward Segarra, USA TODAY