When Ariana Grande put out her 2019 single ‘MONOPOLY’ with Victoria Monet, her fans were convinced that she was bisexual. Certain lyrics from the soundtrack like “I like women and men” leaked ahead of the song’s release had many thinking the song was her coming out.

Fans of the ‘Break Free’ hitmaker took to Twitter en masse to discuss the song, and many voiced their question to see if Grande herself would confirm if she was bisexual or not.

Is Ariana Grande Bisexual?

When a fan asked “IS SHE BI OR NAh,” Monet, who sang ‘MONOPOLY’ alongside Grande replied to the question writing, “she said what she said.” Several fans also voiced their support for the singer, saying she did not need to label herself.

Grande herself replied to one such tweet, writing she never felt the need to label herself. “I haven’t before and still don’t feel the need to now 𐳘𐳘 which is okay”

Grande also liked a series of tweets from a user about how sexuality was fluid and it wasn’t necessary for anyone to “come out” as anything.

Ariana Grande And Dalton Gomez

Grande is married to Dalton Gomez, a Los Angeles real estate agent. The two were first seen together in February 2020 at Bar Louie in Northridge, California. However, his identity at the time was a mystery.

In late March, TMZ reported that the man Grande was spotted with during Valentine’s Day was Gomez. The outlet also reported that the two had been dating for “several months.” The couple quarantined together, and he appeared in several of her Instagram Stories.

On May 8, 2020, Grande confirmed her relationship with Gomez via her ‘Stuck With U’ music video. 10 months after the pair’s first public sighting, Grande broke the news of their engagement on December 20, 2020.

She shared several pictures of herself and Gomez alongside a snap of her engagement ring and captioned the post, “Forever n then some.”

Grande and Gomez took their relationship to the next level on May 15, 2021. The twosome tied the knot in her Montecito house in a private ceremony. TMZ reported there were less than 20 guests, including family members from both sides.

The outlet also added that there was no real “ceremony” and that the two said their I dos in an informal way.

Prior to getting together with Gomez, Grande was in a highly publicized relationship with SNL star Pete Davidson. The two got engaged on June 9, 2018, but went their separate ways in October of the same year.