Mac Miller and Ariana Grande's adorable relationship continues to put everyone else's to shame. Their latest foray into public coupling? A powerhouse performance of their song "My Favorite Part," a track off Mac's recently released fourth album The Divine Feminine. Backed up by a live band with jazzy saxophones and singers, Mac starts things off solo during the performance, which was a part of a concert he filmed for DirecTV's AUDIENCE Network. He runs through the song before Grande slinks on stage to sing her part on the chorus.
The two seem to have a magnetic connection, rarely breaking eye contact as they sing together. At one point, Mac's goofy faces make Grande break out laughing during her part in the song. As the song ends, the two give a tongue-in-cheek formal handshake instead of a hug or kiss, exchanging knowing grins as Mac says, "It was a pleasure working with you." "We'll be in touch," Grande replies.
Although they first worked together on Grande's breakout single "The Way" back in 2013, their romantic involvement started more recently. Back in August, they were seen kissing at a restaurant in Los Angeles, first sparking the dating rumors. Grande later confirmed their relationship during her appearance on Ellen, declining to provide many details beyond saying that they were happy. And in an interview with Complex, Mac raved about their musical chemistry. "We work really well together," he said. "We had a lot of fun in the studio. And I love…how incredible of a singer she is. Our writing chemistry is amazing."
You can check out their whole performance of "My Favorite Part" above.