When two of the hottest names in music join forces for good, you just know it's going to build into something special.
This appears to be the case with Lizzo and Harry Styles, with the high-profile pair vocalising their mutual adoration for each other during their respective press tours.
Not only that, but this week Lizzo performed a cover of Styles' new track 'Adore You' on BBC's Live Lounge - two months after Styles covered Lizzo's hit single 'Juice' on the very same program.
It's flirty. It's fun. It's making us REALLY want a collaboration.
"My favorite British import would be Harry Styles," the 31-year-old singer joked during her Live Lounge appearance, the Metro reports.
"I’ve been listening to the entire album, Fine Line is my jam," she continued, referring to Styles' recently released second solo album.
"I listen to it in the morning, on the plane, so I already sing the songs, and now I get to do it with a live band my way."
During an interview with Radio 1, Styles described Lizzo as "exactly what you want an artist to be... which is yourself."
The pair have performed together only the once, with Styles surprising fans during one of Lizzo's concerts in Miami, performing 'Juice' with the rapper.
You can watch Harry Styles cover 'Juice' below: