Ariana Grande has recently posted some stunning pics of her looking amazing in bikini while the singer enjoyed a romantic date with her boyfriend Dalton Gomez.


The 27-year-old singer has been soaking some Utah sunshine while on a holiday at Canyon Point, alongside her beau for some intimate moments. Ariana stayed at that Amangiri resort and had all eyes staring at her barely-there green bikini pics.


While Ariana didn’t have her face appear in the photos, her tattooed torso was on show as she put the camera up her body with the stunning background behind as the bright blue sky.


In another photo, Ariana was seen smiling into the camera with her beau Dalton as the pair looked all loved up in the classic black and white themed pic.

Ariana also didn’t forget to let her fans admiring the view of the Utah mountains in other photos uploaded, as well as an adorable desert squirrel.

Model Hailey Baldwin was the first one to comment, as she left a heart eye emoji in the comment section.

Ari and Dalton spent the date in the Grand Canyon region, which is four-hour far from the center of Las Vegas.

It is an ideal place for hiking, with Bryce Canyon, Zion National Park and Monument Valley Tribal Park included all in the area. However, the singer seemed to be admired at the sunshine more than wanting to head out on the hot desert.

Ariana first confirmed her relationship with Dalton in early May, the time she celebrated her birthday on June 26. They shared a chain of photos on Instagram of themselves looking cozy and happy together.


The 7 Rings singer has given out a bit of a spoiler about a film about her Sweetener tour was in the process.

Due to the coronavirus, a big number of film studios and distributors are believed to be keen to get the rights for the films, with Netflix at the front of the queue.

According to an insider: “Ariana’s team are nego­tiating a huge deal bet­ween a number of big hitters, with Netflix and YouTube both showing interest.”

“Netflix has put forward a starting offer of £4 million to get the rights.”