Ariana Grande & Mac Miller Are Couple Goals After Manchester Performance


Ariana Grande's boyfriend, rapper Mac Miller,  performed alongside his lovely lady during her star-studded Manchester benefit concert, One Love Manchester.

The two sang their collab, "The Way" and Grande joined in on her boyfriend's track, "Dang!"


They were all smiles and supportive of one another on stage, which of course, Twitter noticed (naturally).

Fans definitely swooned over their chemistry.

Others couldn't get over Miller's support for the pop star.

#CoupleGoals for sure.

These two showed the crowd what love is all about.

"The love in Manchester is real tonight."

Fans loved their duet.

The two closed out with a hug and kiss as applauds and cheers roared in the background.


Though we're all about this couple's cute chemistry, we have to give Miller credit for the support he has given Grande over the past several weeks.

He waited for the singer as she returned home to Florida following her May performance, at which a terrorist attack resulted in the loss of 22 lives. Grande was photographed arriving back in the U.S. looking visibly shaken.

Miller then followed Grande and her parents back to London for the benefit show, according to Just Jared Jr. Photos surfaced of the two stepping off the plane.

According to Entertainment Tonight, the 25-year-old rapper canceled his scheduled performances in order to be with Grande throughout this time — a huge display of support and loyalty. (And, because we can't help but point it out, did anyone else notice something shiny on Grande's finger?)


Grande definitely kept her loved ones close during the benefit concert. She shared a duet with her good friend, Miley Cyrus, introduced Imogen Heap, her longtime idol, sang "Where Is The Love?" alongside the Blackeyed Peas, and got emotional during a performance from the Parrs Wood High School Choir.

Overall, the concert was a huge display of love, courage, and unity during a difficult time, and Grande and Miller are just one small part of that. Between organizing the show and visiting fans in the hospital, Grande didn't hold back. She might call herself a dangerous woman, but she's also a compassionate one at that.

Citations: Mac Miller (Twitter)