The 27-year-old star said "I do" over the weekend.
According to reports, the God Is a Woman singer exchanged vows with her real estate fiancé Dalton Gomez in a non-traditional way.
In fact, the couple didn't even have a real ceremony and only invited a small list of guests.
The surprise wedding went down at Ariana's mansion in Montecito, CA, which is also Oprah Winfrey and Prince Harry's neck of the woods.
Ariana and Dalton haven't been together long.
They got engaged right before Christmas after being linked just 10 months prior.
They ended up taking their relationship public in May 2020.
It's unclear if their weekend wedding was a planned event or spur of the moment; however, months ago, a source close to the couple revealed the singer wanted a "small and intimate" summer ceremony.
Prior to her romance with Dalton, Mrs. Gomez was engaged to Saturday Night Live star Pete Davidson.
They moved fast following the end of her relationship with the later rapper Mac Miller.
Ariana Grande began dating Davidson in May 2018, right after her breakup with Miller.
They got engaged shortly after but ending their wedding plans in October of that year.
According to an insider, Grande and her now-husband are “beyond obsessed with each other.”
Her closest allies are reportedly fully on board too.
“He loves to dote on her [and] he just makes her really happy. All of Ariana’s friends and family love him for her," the source told Us Weekly.
In April, Ariana gushed about her husband-to-be.
“!!! my heart my person !!! thank u so much for being u,” she captioned a photo showing the duo snuggling near a campfire.
The 7 Rings singer and Gomez got extremely close during quarantine.
They spend “almost all their time together,” a friend revealed last month.
At the time of this post, Ariana Grande has not commented on her marriage.