What's sweeter than going social-official, like an Instagram official post? Ariana Grande has just posted a pure happy...
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What's sweeter than going social-official, like an Instagram official post? Ariana Grande has just posted a pure happy Birthday post on Instagram with her boyfriend, Dalton Gomez.
Dalton has made his appearance in Stuck with U music video of Ariana Grande as a confirmation for their romantic relationship, but an Instagram couple post on media has a totally different meaning!
The "Thank you, next" singer posted a series of photos on Instagram, which she showed the view of the pool of her massive mansion to celebrate her 27th birthday. Ariana also uploaded snaps of her adorable dogs and a short clip of her best friend, Doug Middlebrook. Ariana Grande just simply captioned her post: "Almost 27".
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Fans of her have been in a suspicious state when they noticed the big amounts of his appearance on Ari's social media, back in February.
The Stuck with U music video has been a solid proof for the pair, especially with the dancing scene and cuddling scene on bed of Ari and Dalton, who she has been isolating with.
He then also appeared in a promo for Rain on Me music video, the collaboration of Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande.
A source shared: "They run in the same circle. He used to be a dancer and they have many mutual friends. ‘So it is quite possible they met through friends."
We might not get any further about the root of their relationship, because Ariana has already cut down on doing interviews to avoid her comments getting taken out of context.
"If I have an opinion artistically or if I am directing something, or if I have something to say regarding a choice that’s being made with my career or something, blah, blah, blah… it always was in the past kind of manipulated and turned into this negative thing, whereas I don’t see that with men. ‘When men express their opinions or defend themselves… they’re “brilliant” and they’re “geniuses” and yet it’s just so not the same thing with women, which I hope we can work on fixing."
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