Ariana Grande and Miley Cyrus casually sat on a neon green blow-up sofa in Cyrus's backyard and sang a cover of "Don't Dream It's Over" by Crowded House.
They really were about as casual as it gets dressed in cozy-looking onesies.
And even though there was some confusion about exactly which type of animal Grande's onesie was supposed to resemble, Cyrus was digging her look.
Grande got caught up in the flirtation and, as a result, messed up her second verse.
She was pretty embarrassed about it.
The two recorded the music video in hopes of raising awareness for The Happy Hippie Foundation, Cyrus's nonprofit organization. The foundation's mission, as explained on the website, is "to rally young people to fight injustice facing homeless youth, LGBT youth and other vulnerable populations."
Considering the fact that it's a fantastic cause — and a smart way to spread awareness, why don't we take this opportunity to become more aware:
And, the website reports that family rejection is the most common reason LGBT youth experience homelessness.
Watch the stars as they sing a beautiful rendition of the 80's classic, for an even more beautiful cause.