Ariana Grande performs on stage during an event.
Ariana Grande seems to have confirmed she is dating in a clip from her new music video.
On May 8, Grande, along with fellow singer Justin Bieber, released a new single called “Stuck with U” with the aim of raising money for the First Responders Children’s Foundation through sales and streams of the track.
The music video features a variety of people, including celebrities, members of the public and key workers, as they film themselves spending time with their loved ones during the coronavirus pandemic.
At various points throughout the film, Grande films herself singing while cuddling her pet dog.
However, near the end of the film, the singer is shown hugging and kissing a man who is reportedly identified to be Los Angeles real estate agent Dalton Gomez.
Grande and Gomez have been rumoured to have been dating for several months, People reported.
"Arianators," as Grande's fans have been dubbed, have taken the music video as confirmation of their relationship.
“Aw Ariana Grande look so happy with her new boo Dalton Gomez,” one tweeted.
“The fact that Ari is comfortable enough to introduce Dalton to us means the world. Hope she is happy!” another said.
Other celebrity couples featured in the music video include Justin and Hailey Bieber, Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis, and Demi Lovato and Max Ehrich.
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