Mac Miller's The Divine Feminine dropped last month, debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard Album 200 chart with 48,000 copies moved in its first week. The ten track album boasts a number of great features including Kendrick Lamar, Anderson .Paak, CeeLo Green and more, but none seem to have the same collaborative chemistry with Mac as new flame Ariana Grande, who joins the rapper above to perform their song "My Favorite Part."

In September, Grande confirmed to Ellen DeGeneres that the two were dating, answering Ellen's question of, “You’re with him, and you’re happy and stuff?” with an emphatic “Yes!” Above, the two make funny faces at one another, Grande laughing mid-song as she looks at Mac. Afterward, the two joke around with formalities, Mac saying, "You did a good job. See ya. Pleasure working with you," rather than kissing her as one would expect.

The performance is a part of AUDIENCE Network's concert special "Mac Miller: The Divine Feminine," with footage of Miller and CeeLo performing "We" surfacing just a few days back. In late August, Mac and Ariana got tattoos together, though they aren't matching. Ariana got a small finger tat of the Venus symbol and her first initial, while Mac got a sunset horizon on the back of his left hand.

Peep their performance of "My Favorite Part" up top. Grande's Dangerous Woman album is currently at No. 7 on the Album 200 chart while The Divine Feminine has fallen to No. 57.

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