Well, the internet called this one.
According to reports from Page Six, it is finally confirmed that Ariana Grande is dating Mikey Foster of the pop duo group Social House.
And apparently, the two "have been seeing each other for a while now," an insider told the publication.
Fans, who are truly the best detectives, began speculating their romance after they released the steamy music video for their new song "Boyfriend."
To be fair, there was some obvious chemistry between the two and um, hello, the title of the song is also a major give away!
But after Grande released behind-the-scenes footage from the set, fans were even more on board with this new coupling.
Grande and Foster shared some pretty playful and intimate moments, from flirting, to laughing, to touching -- they made it pretty clear that they are crushing hard on each other.
Ari even runs and jumps into Mikey's arms at the end of the video, and although it could have been planned, it successfully portrayed a rather candid and sweet moment.
And while the singers have yet to confirm their relationship, The Blast and Page Six have reported that they are, indeed, together.
The Blast shared that their friendship has "taken a passionate new turn in the recent months" and even if they aren't officially BF/GF, they may just be keeping things casual.
Social House did give us some insight into their history, explaining how the group met the pop star during a recent Q&A.
"Ari was very polite and generous and opened the door to us and we started working together," Mikey said.
This isn't the first time they have worked together though, apparently, the group also helped with tracks "Thank U, Next" and "Seven Rings."
I don't think anyone would be too shocked at this information (assuming it's true), because Ari has been known to date artists that she works with.
But the timing does seem a tad off.
With the performer recently opening up about how much of a toll her Sweetener tour as taken on her mental health, and with her European end of the tour coming up, we're wondering how she is balancing all on her plate?
But after a fan asked what inspired her to create the song "Boyfriend", her explanation makes this information all seem pretty valid.
"Well, i feel like the song captures a common theme in the lives of so many people i know! people want to feel love but don't want to define their relationship & have trouble fully committing or trusting or allowing themselves to fully love someone, even tho they want to," she shared.
Yep, we're convinced.
This is the songstress' first official romance since her split from Pete Davidson this past fall.
So, here's to hoping this one doesn't end in a failed engagement and another thank u, next.