Two sources confirm to E! News that Miley Cyrus and Benji Madden were making out last night at Hollywood hotspot Bootsy Bellows, where Miley partied the night away on Halloween with a big group of gal pals.
We're told that the twerking queen arrived at Bootsy Bellows/Ciroc Vodka Halloween party around midnight with a group of 10 girlfriends and immediately joined Kelly Osbourne and her fiancé Matthew Mosshart at their joint table.
The source adds that the pals were both laughing and giggling and were definitely in the mood to party.
"They were dancing and just really getting into the spirit of things," the insider reveals of the famous friends. "Kelly didn't stay very long and so after catching up with Miley she left."
While it seemingly started out as a fun-filled girl's night, the source tells E! News that things turned into something a little more romantic once Benji came into the picture.
The Good Charlotte guitarist was in attendance with owner John Terzian, and Miles and Madden apparently hit it off (perhaps it was Cyrus' epic Lil' Kim costume that caught his attention?).
The twosome were also seen leaving the club together with a group of pals and while the pop star's face is not visible in a photo, her purple Lil' Kim-inspired wig can clearly been seen in the back seat.
It's been nearly two months since Miley and former fiancé Liam Hemsworth called off their nearly four-year relationship with a source telling E! News at the time that the split was "Miley's decision, after coming to grips with Liam being what she believed was less than faithful to her."
The short-haired beauty has since opened up about moving on after Liam, telling Cosmopolitan magazine that she's in a positive place in her life and has been pouring her heart into her music.
"I need to treat my music like a relationship—give it my time and all the attention it deserves—and that's my main love right now," Cyrus said. "This is the best time of my life. I'm not going to look back on it and be like, ‘I wish I hadn't been dwelling over a breakup,' you know? Because that's not what God wants my life to be about right now."
—Reporting by Melanie Bromley and Michelle Falls