Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga deliver three minutes of pop perfection


When Gaga throws it over to Grande-who's "reporting live" from her Beverly Hills home-her newest beau, budding real estate tycoon Dalton Gomez, can be seen helping her ideal her camera shot.

It's no secret that both Gaga and Ariana have faced plenty of hardships in life, but this song represents their super-human strength.

The sequence was filmed pre-lockdown and it's a big-budget production, featuring multiple costume changes, a bunch of dancers alongside Ari and Gaga. and just lots and lots of rain. "And while some are complaining of the recent downpour, we would like to celebrate the rain". "Are we thirsty or what?" And if fans had any doubt in their minds about whether that was indeed Dalton, it looks like Ariana confirmed it in her Instagram Stories.

Seeing Ariana Grande with a down-do is always a thrill (sightings have been very rare for a very long time).

Speaking about the song with Zane Lowe on Apple Music, Lady Gaga said: "The lyrics that I wrote right here in this studio, "I'd rather be dry, but at least I'm alive".

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Back in March, a source told PEOPLE that the couple were in quarantine together, alongside some of their friends.

The two pop stars released their latest highly-anticipated track last Friday and were, of course, met with much praise from fellow Little Monsters and Arianators.

The singer will release her next album "Chromatica" this year, her first album since "Joanne" in 2016.

"It was this handsome", Gaga told Zane Lowe of Apple Beats 1 about the collaboration, "very healing process for me, too". And you know what it's also a metaphor for, is the amount of drinking that I was doing to numb myself. And eventually she called me on my sh*t. And she was like, "You're going to be OK".