The two recording artists became very close after collaborating on Grande's hit track 'Problem.'
In the midst of Ariana Grande's music career going from strength to strength with this summer's huge hit 'Problems' (feat. Iggy Azalea), and 'Break Free' (feat. Zedd), her personal life is also on the up, as she is reportedly dating rapper Big Sean.
Grande has worked with Big Sean on several songs in the past
It was common knowledge that the two recording artists were good friends, but in a surprising twist they are now embarking on a romance together after becoming "very close" with each other, according to E!News.
"They have been friends since they made the song [Problem] together. They have been spending more time together and recently have been getting very close. They are both doing great," the source told the website.
Ariana, who collaborated with Sean on the track 'Problem,' gushed about the 26 year-old rapper when speaking to Ryan Seacrest last month. "I did another song with one of my best friends, Big Sean, and it's called Best Mistake, and it's one of my favourites on the album," she said.
This so-called friendship seems to have developed into something more, especially since the pair were recently spotted leaving a late showing of 'The Purge' in Los Angeles' The Grove together. An eyewitness claims that he saw the duo share a kiss before leaving the theatre early.
Big Sean was previously engaged to 'Glee' actress Naya Rivera
Big Sean was previously engaged to 'Glee' actress Naya Rivera but they ended up going their separate ways this past April. "After careful thought and much consideration, Sean has made the difficult decision to call the wedding off," a rep said at the time.
Whereas Ariana split from her 19 year-old Australian hubby Jai Brooks last month after he reportedly wasn't supportive enough during a difficult time. "When her grandfather was dying, everyone was there for her. People flew to Florida to be with her, but Jai didn't," the source told E!Online. "Ariana just felt he wasn't there like he should have been."