Selena Gomez - 3rd Annual Academy Museum Gala - Arrivals (Photo : Getty Images/Frazer Harrison)
Selena Gomez attends the 3rd Annual Academy Museum Gala at Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on December 03, 2023 in Los Angeles, California.

Selena Gomez is proudly showing off a new ring to let the world know who the love of her life is.

Gomez, 31, posted on her Instagram stories Friday a snap showing her left ring finger adorned with a Jacquie Aiche diamond ring bearing the initial "B," People reported. The photo was reposted by users on X, formerly Twitter.

In another Instagram story, the former "Wizards of Waverly Place" star shared a photo of herself smiling as she held a cup with both hands, seemingly flaunting her new bling.

This came after the "Single Soon" singer confirmed her relationship with record producer and songwriter Benny Blanco through a series of Instagram comments and replies Thursday.

"He is my absolute everything in my heart," Gomez commented under a fan account's post, which featured a picture of the pop star with Blanco.

Gomez also defended her new beau against negative comments under the same post, writing: "[T]hen why has he been the best thing that's ever happened to me[?] The end."

The "Heart Wants What It Wants" singer made it clear that Blanco was "better" than her previous boyfriends and proclaimed this to be the happiest she's ever felt.

"[L]ol yeah and he's still better than anyone I've ever been with. Facts," Gomez replied to another user before commenting: "I don't understand. If you actually care about me. This is my happiest. If you don't feel free to say whatever you want. But I will never allow your words to guide my life. Ever. I'm done. If you can't accept me at my happiest then don't be in [m]y life at all."

Prior to revealing the ring adorned with Blanco's initial, Gomez posted a selfie showing her cozying up to the producer.

Gomez and Blanco go way back, with the latter producing some of her songs, including her popular tracks "Same Old Love" and "Kill 'Em With Kindness" for her 2015 album, "Revival."

In 2019, Blanco teamed up with Gomez, Tainy, and J Balvin for the single "I Can't Get Enough." The music video showcased Gomez in pajamas and Blanco in a white teddy bear costume on a colossal bed.

However, in 2020, fans speculated that Blanco subtly threw a shade at Gomez as they believed he was referring to the Rare Beauty founder when he said "cookie-cutter pop artists" while discussing his collaboration with Justin Bieber, her former boyfriend.

"Justin's not one of those cookie-cutter pop artists," he said in a "Zach Sang Show" episode. "Like you know, they're like, 'This is my new single and here's my makeup line.'"

Nevertheless, Blanco has remained a producer for Gomez. Earlier this year, the singer released "Single Soon," a track produced by Blanco.