Will Ariana Grande Change Her Surname To Gomez Now She's Married To Dalton?
28 May 2021, 12:44
Ariana Grande has fans wondering if her new name will in fact be ‘Ariana Gomez’ after marrying husband Dalton Gomez, and it seriously has a ring to it.
Ariana Grande married Dalton Gomez on 15 May, in an intimate ceremony at their Montecitio home with just 20 guests including their closest friends and family.
The milestone occasion for Ariana and Dalton, who started dating in February 2020, has fans wondering if their pop star idol will be following a centuries-old tradition and take her new husband’s surname.
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Ariana Gomez, or even Ariana Grande-Gomez, could become the ‘Thank U, Next’ singer’s new moniker, but first of all let’s take a look at what she’s said in the past about changing her name.
When Ari was engaged to Pete Davidson in 2018 she said she was planning to add his second name to her own, making it Ariana Grande-Davidson.
However, she added she’d eventually drop any second names altogether.
She said to Beats 1: “I feel like I’d eventually just be Ariana: Isn’t that sick? I feel like it’s got a ring to it.”
Ari’s definitely already known as ‘Ariana’, aka legend status, in our opinion, but Grande-Gomez reads beautifully for the times she’s got to sign on any dotted line.
The 27-year-old and her real estate agent boyfriend shared photos from their wedding day a couple of weeks after they wed in an intimate ceremony at home.
The milestone occasion came just six months after he popped the question before Christmas and less than a year and a half since they began dating.
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