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Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande continue the flawless promotion for their single, “Rain on Me.”

– Conducting another Weather Channel broadcast, Gaga and Grande get drenched in their homes during the coronavirus lockdown.

Grande’s new boyfriend, Dalton Gomez, made a surprise appearance in one of the sketches.

Lady Gaga and Ariana Grande’s collaboration is the gift that keeps on giving.

Having already released an unforgettable music video, the pop superstars are now unleashing some Weather Channel–themed broadcasts to further promote their single. First it was this hilarious sketch, and now the two are getting completely soaked by welcoming an uncharacteristic amount of rain to California and New York.

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In the latest video, both Gaga and Grande find themselves caught in “rainstorms.” While Gaga submerges herself in a swimming pool and is sprayed with a hose, Grande is showered in her bathtub at home. Both singers attempt to deliver their lines with water streaming over them—obviously not an easy task.

Opening the video, Grande jokes, “Live from L.A., where it never rains.” Gaga then reveals that she is in New York and tells viewers that she’d “rather be dry,” quoting her own lyrics.

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Chatter of a linkup between Gaga and Grande began earlier this year and was further fueled by an interview the Joanne singer gave Paper magazine, in which she teased that she teamed up with another female pop star. Without naming names, Gaga said of working with her fellow artist, “I sat with her and we talked about our lives. It’s two women having a conversation about how to keep going and how to be grateful for what you do.” She and Grande ultimately confirmed their joint song in late April when Gaga unveiled her full Chromatica tracklist.

Grande reflected on the feat ahead of the single’s release on Twitter, posting a selfie with Gaga and writing, “This isn’t real but fuck me I love it so much. I love u, u incredible, unstoppable woman @ladygaga one hour ! #rainonme.”

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The two artists forged a true bond while working together. In an interview with Apple Music, per Consequence of Sound, Gaga said she was at first “ashamed” to partner and hang out with Grande, but in the end, “this friendship blossomed.”

“Rain on Me” is a track off Lady Gaga’s forthcoming album, Chromatica, which drops May 29.

This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.