Justin Bieber and Ariana Grande have teamed up on a joint single "Stuck with U" to benefit a good cause. The video dropped earlier today and it's so cute, the internet is weeping.

The singers partnered with their manager Scooter Braun’s SB Projects to release "Stuck with U" today, May 8, with all proceeds from sales and streaming going to benefit the First Responders Children's Foundation. The four-minute clip is built from fan-submitted videos featuring countless self-isolated dancing scenes — it also officially confirms Ari's relationship with Dalton Gomez (after months of rumors).

Watch the video below.

Bieber first shared the news on Twitter last week, posting an illustration by artist Liana Finck, depicting two people sheltering together in a home.

Grande later shared the instrumental and encouraged her fans to submit videos performing to it, writing, "please use this instrumental & send us videos of u being your beautiful selves, dancing with your loved ones, pets, whatever / whoever brings u comfort during this quarantine."

Check out the fan reactions to the new video below.

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