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25 October 2019, 10:30
Lizzo and Ariana Grande have dropped a 'Good As Hell' remix and it's everything we needed.
They both announced the release on Instagram, with Ari writing: "The most fun. Thank you @lizzobeeating for having me on this remix !! I love you, your energy and this record so so much."
Ari, who has just wrapped up her Sweetener Tour, has left fans stanning the girl power duo's version of the banger.
One comment read: "Ur voice is so angelic, thank u for this remix [sic]."
"The collab we have ALL been waiting for," another added.
It was speculated whether or not the tune would be dropped after a fan account on Twitter, @ArianaToday, claimed the potential collaboration would be released on 25 October.
'Good As Hell' was first released back in March 2016 and has slowly grown to become a worldwide hit in 2019.
The 31-year-old 'Truth Hurts' singer has covered Ari's '7 Rings' in the past and has previously spoken about wanting to work with the star.
During a Twitter Q&A in May, Lizzo responded to a fan's question about the 26-year-old 'Don't Call Me Angel' hitmaker, saying: "I would love to do a song with Ariana Grande. We'll see what happens... that would be really fun."
This year has seen 'Truth Hurts' reach number one on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US.
She has also set the record for the most weeks at number one for a female rap artist unaccompanied by another act, in the chart's history.
Meanwhile, Ariana has been working hard on the Charlie's Angels soundtrack for the reboot of the movie.
The 'Thank U, Next' singer, who is executive producing the album, will feature on a whopping five songs in total on the epic track list.
Additionally on the record, she is set to team up with rapper Nicki Minaj and 'Motivation' singer Normani for the ultimate song, 'Bad To You', and fans cannot wait for the trio to drop the hit on 1 November.