Ariana Grande has settled her divorce with Dalton Gomez and agreed to massive payout
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Ariana Grande's divorce with Dalton Gomez has been settled.
Ariana Grande, 30, and Dalton Gomez, 28, first got together in 2020, got engaged around Christmas and tied the knot on 15 May, 2021.
However, after two years of marriage, the pair decided to call it quits and their divorce has now gone through.
The pair only filed for divorce several weeks ago, according to TMZ, soon after the anniversary of their second year of marriage.
The 'Thank U, Next' singer had a prenup but Dalton is reportedly set to receive an upfront tax-free payment of a pretty hefty $1,250,000 from Grande, as well as having $25,000 of his attorney fees paid by the singer. However, he won't receive any spousal support in the future.
The former couple are selling their home in Los Angeles and will split the proceedings.
A source connected to Grande and Gomez told TMZ: "There is still a strong mutual love and respect between Ariana and Dalton and they wanted to make sure everything was done right in lockstep with one another."
After Grande filed for divorce in September, a source told PEOPLE the former couple had been 'really caring and respectful of one another through every step of [the divorce] process'.
And both Grande and Gomez are reported to have moved on from one another too, with both dating again.
Grande has been spotted with Ethan Slater - one of her co-stars in Wicked.
Slater has also recently been through a divorce, separating from his wife Lilly Jay and filing the papers on 26 July, 2023, according to PEOPLE.
However, a friend of Grande and Slater reassured both had split from their partners before they started seeing one another.
Fans of the '7 Rings' singer have flooded to social media in support of her and Gomez having finalised their divorce.
One X - formerly known as Twitter - user wrote: "Good for her. Her peace is very important."
"Cash out bro. Enjoy," another added.
A third commented: "Everyone shoukld get what they are due. He built with her."
And a fourth resolved: "I heard about your recent divorce settlement with Dalton Gomez, and I just wanted to drop you a message to say that I hope you're doing alright during this time. It's never easy going through such situations, and I admire the way you've handled it with privacy and grace. You've always been an inspiration to many, and I'm sure you'll continue to shine in both your personal and professional life. Take care, and best wishes for the future."
UNILAD has contacted Ariana Grande's representative for comment.