Public officials are taking action to warn people that there are still risks of not engaging in social distancing to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Even for groups less likely to get coronavirus there is still a risk of spreading it to others.
Ariana Grande is now the latest celebrity using her platform to warn people about coronavirus who are acting “stupid and privileged.”
With people downplaying concerns, Grande posted on social media, “It is incredibly dangerous and selfish to take this situation that lightly. The ‘we will be fine because we’re young’ mindset is putting people who aren’t young and / or healthy in a lot of danger.”
Ariana Grande has a new man in her life, and it couldn't be better-timed, because he's also her new quarantine partner ... along with her pooch.
Eagle-eyed fans might have notice the mystery guy on AG's social media in the last few days. You could never see his face, but he was clearly there with Ariana ... chillin' in quarantine like the rest of us.
In one of the shots, you can see the dude playing with her dog, Toulouse, and she recorded the adorable interaction. It was more than just a friendly petting session, because we've learned the guy in question IS Ari's new squeeze ... Dalton Gomez.
Our Ariana sources tell us she and Dalton have been seeing each other for several months now. He's a high-end real estate agent who handles multi-million dollar listings for L.A.'s A-list buyers.
He's also a pretty good kisser in Ariana's eyes. Remember this video last month of her making out with a guy as she and her friends plopped into a booth at a bar? Yeah, that's Dalton ... we're told.
He definitely rolls in the same circles as his new GF -- Dalton recently posted a pic hanging with Miley Cyrus and some friends.
The 10-year anniversary of Nickelodeon's Victorious premiere—the show many younger millennials and older Gen Z kids grew up watching—is today, and its cast recognized the occasion on Instagram with some heartfelt, emotional tributes. Ariana Grande (who played Cat Valentine), Victoria Justice (who played Tori Vega), and Daniella Monet (who played Trina Vega) were among the stars to post about how much the experience meant to them.
Grande saw Monet's tribute first and felt compelled to post her own. The now-pop star wrote:
ten years of victorious 🤍 daniella’s post got me all in my feels now so i’m sorry for the mushiness but.... jus want to say how grateful i will always be for being on this show and for those years of my life. i couldn’t have spent my teenage years with a better, more funny, talented group of human beings. i really loved playing cat valentine (even though sometimes people think i actually still speak and act like that and her essence will lovingly haunt me til i die) .... i miss getting in trouble w my friends the school room and trying not to laugh when we weren’t supposed to on set. i even miss waking up with red hair dye stained pillows. thank u @danwarp and to my cast mates for some of the most special years of my life and for bringing all of us into each other’s lives. happy anniversary!
Looks like Ariana Grande has a new man in her life.
Meet Dalton Gomez, a high-end real estate agent who handles multi-million dollar listings for Los Angeles' A-List buyers, and according to TMZ sources, Ariana Grande's boyfriend of "several months." The two are currently quarantining together during the coronavirus and he has appeared on her Instagram story, TMZ points out.
Remember the video of the 26-year-old singer kissing an unknown man at a bar in the San Fernando Valley? According to TMZ, that man is Dalton.
According to Gomez's business website, he was born and raised in Southern California and works for Aaron Kirman Group based in Beverly Hills, California.
Lady Gaga, Queen of the Aries, turned 34 on Saturday. Right now, big birthday bashes are pretty much out of the question (unless you want to have an epic Zoom party). Ariana Grande might not be able to wish Gaga a happy birthday in person, but she gave her a sweet shoutout on Instagram that definitely put a smile on Mother Monster's face.
"happy birthday to a literal angel that has changed my life in many ways!," Grande wrote. "i’ll tell u more about it later but ... u make my heart feel so full and happy and understood @ladygaga. wishing u all the joy in the world today and every day ! have some pasta."
Fans think that Gaga and Grande might have collaborated on some new music. In an interview for Paper earlier this month, Gaga told the magazine that she had collaborated with another female artist who had been through similar challenges.
The magazine wrote that Gaga had collaborated "with a fellow female pop star, who has similarly experienced immense trauma while in the public eye. Their song together is a monster of a dance tune, but its message is about submitting yourself to devastation ('It's coming down on me, water like misery')—a flawless dance floor crier as a 'celebration of all the tears,' Gaga describes. 'I sat with her and we talked about our lives. It's two women having a conversation about how to keep going and how to be grateful for what you do.'"