Ariana Grande squirms talking about her new man Mac Miller
ARIANA Grande is uncomfortable talking about her beau Mac Miller.
The 23-year-old singer recently confirmed her relationship with rapper via an Instagram picture of the two of them cuddling, but it seems the 'Dangerous Woman' hitmaker isn't ready to gush freely about him just yet as she appeared uncomfortable talking about her relationship on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' on Wednesday (14.09.16).
Fidgeting in her chair, the star said: "Oh my God, oh God, I don't know, man. This is so crazy. This is so crazy. I've never had the relationship talk on a show before. No pressure."
When pushed for an answer as to whether or not she was in fact dating the 24-year-old musician, the 'Into You' singer simply said: "Oh, yeah."
But her appearance with Ellen wasn't the first time she's been under pressure to answer questions about her boyfriend. On the same day, the singer also snapped at Ryan Seacrest when she appeared on his radio show 'On Air with Ryan Seacrest'.
The presenter asked her about her relationship with Mac, and she hit back saying he wasn't "entitled to more information" than she had shared on Instagram.
The 'Bang Bang' singer said: "It's too early for this kind of tea. It's too early man ... If I post something that's what I'm willing to share at the moment. But it doesn't mean that you, Ryan Seacrest, with millions of listeners are entitled to more information."
However, the 'Side to Side' musician isn't so keen on keeping things a secret, as he's recently admitted that their relationship "happened organically".
He said: "It was great. There was no awkwardness or weirdness, it was how it always was. Just both of us older, more mature and more sure of ourselves. When we first recorded together we were young and figuring it out, which we still are, but now seeing her growth and my growth - it's great.
"We hung out for a long time and everything just happened organically. We love making music together - we do that always. But she's my best friend in the world."