KEY POINTS

  • Grande gushed over Aguilera's performance at the sold-out concert
  • Aguilera reposted Grande's photos from the concert
  • The "No Tears Left To Cry" singer was spotted in a bucket hat and a mask

It seems like the newly-married pair is having the best time of their lives. Ariana Grande posted an adorable photo of her and husband Dalton Gomez enjoying a night out with friends at Christina Aguilera's concert in Los Angeles on Friday.

In a tweet, Grande congratulated Aguilera for her sold-out concert with the LA Philharmonic at the Hollywood Bowl. "@xtina screaming. I love you congratulations to you & the @laphil on a STUNNING show," she wrote. 

Grande and Gomez came to the concert with their pals Alfredo Flores and Ray Rock. The "No Tears Left To Cry" singer wore a bucket hat and a mask as Los Angeles reinstated its indoor mask mandates following a surge in COVID-19 cases, USA Today reported.

Grammy Award Winner Aguilera reposted Grande's photos in her Instagram Story.

Grande and Gomez got married in May in an intimate ceremony at the "Stuck with You" singer's home in California with less than 20 people in attendance. And just like any other newly-married couple, they seem to be riding the so-called "marital bliss."

"Ariana is happy and feels very relaxed. She feels like she is entering a new chapter of life and is excited to see where it goes, a source told ET. "Ariana and Dalton felt like before they were married they couldn't be as open about their relationship without it being scrutinized in the media and now they feel way more at ease. They have plans to travel more together and feel closer than ever." 

The report said the couple is enjoying "making unified decisions."

"Ariana is Dalton's first priority in everything that they do and he really values her and shows it . Ariana loves that Dalton is super chill and how understanding he is of her," the source added.

At the concert Friday, Aguilera sang the orchestral-pop versions of some of her hit songs, including "Ain't No Other Man," "What a Girl Wants," "Fighter, " and "Genie in a Bottle." It was led by LA Philharmonic's Music Director Gustavo Dudamel, according to Billboard.

Aguilera, who appeared in a flowing black gown, ended the evening with an encore of her song "Beautiful." Over 17,000 people sang with her in what seemed to be a proper respite from these troubled times.

Ariana Grande LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - JANUARY 26: Ariana Grande performs onstage during the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards at STAPLES Center on January 26, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images for The Recording Academy