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Ariana Grande and Mac Miller Romance Rumors Continue to Grow

The "Dangerous Woman" singer may not be off the market completely

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    The pair have not yet confirmed that they are a couple.

    Ariana Grande and Mac Miller can't seem to break free from those romance rumors.

    Days after photos surfaced of the "Dangerous Woman" singer and rapper kissing during a sushi date, fans can't help but wonder if these two are officially a pair.

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    Before fans may want to slow down before proclaiming these two an official couple.

    "Ariana and Mac are hanging out," a source shared with E! News. "They like each other, but Ariana just got out of a relationship so no titles are being thrown around yet between the two."

    Our insider added, "They are just seeing where things go now and getting to know each other."

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    Grande is also playing coy when it comes to the speculation as she celebrated the launch of her new MAC cosmetics Viva Glam lipstick campaign.

    "He's the best. It's always dope making music with him," Grande said. 

    Just last month, it was confirmed Grande and her boyfriend Ricky Alvarez called it quits after a year of dating. At the time, a source shared that the "Break Free" singer was "happy to be single and do her for a little while."

    "She broke up with him. He didn't cheat or anything, they just found it difficult to make it work," our source shared. "They are still friends though."

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    Ultimately, fans have their eyes peeled at this duo who collaborated back in 2013 on the popular song "The Way." 

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