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Ariana Grande hits Snapchat with Mac Miller

Published 29/08/2016

Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande

The new couple makes its Snapchat debut.

Pop star Ariana Grande has made her new romance with rapper Mac Miller official by sharing a series of sweet Snapchat photos.

The pair went public with its budding romance earlier this month (Aug16), after Ariana was spotted kissing Miller in public during a sushi stop in California, days after he joined the singer onstage at the 2016 Billboard Hot 100 Festival in New York.

They were then snapped getting new tattoos together at the famed Shamrock Social Club on West Hollywood's Sunset Strip on Thursday (25Aug16), before taking their relationship to New York on Friday (26Aug16), where the new couple tried to avoid being photographed together as it enjoyed a day out at the Museum of Ice Cream, and went clubbing later that night.

However, Ariana had no problem cuddling up to Miller for her Snapchat followers on Saturday (27Aug16), as they played around with various fun filters on the social media app during a car ride.

The 23-year-old singer shared short clips of herself and Miller made to look like deer and ducks as they laughed and sang along to R. Kelly hit Bump N' Grind, and in later posts, the rapper appeared to take a nap, resting his head on Ariana's shoulder as she stroked his face.

It is not yet known if Ariana will take Mac as her date to the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday (28Aug16), when she is set to hit the stage at Madison Square Garden to perform her new single, Side to Side, with Nicki Minaj.

The young lovers have yet to publicly comment on their relationship.

Ariana previously dated former The Wanted singer Nathan Sykes, hip-hop star Big Sean, and dancer Ricky Alvarez, who she split from in July (16).

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