Was it just us, or did Halsey and G-Eazy have one special night at the 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards?

After watching the live telecast Sunday night, pop culture fans will remember a few things.

Yes, Taylor Swift premiered her new music video for "Delicate." And yes, Cardi B had the best clap back directed towards her haters.

But for some viewers, they will remember all the fun Halsey and G-Eazy had inside The Forum in Inglewood, Calif.

It all started on the red carpet when the Hollywood couple posed for photos together and displayed plenty of PDA. Soon after, interviews followed where the love only continued.

G-Eazy, Halsey, 2018 iHeartRadio Music Awards, Show

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"She's a queen. I think the world of her for real," G-Eazy shared with E! News' Sibley Scoles. "And to get to share a song like this with the person I'm actually in love with and actually dating is dope."

That song in question is none other than "Him & I." And it's the same song that reached a major accomplishment this weekend.

"We just went No. 1 on Top 40 radio as of today," he shared. "We found out last night. We hopped in the Uber and the Uber was playing 'Him & I' on the radio…"

Inside the show, the pair had a front-row seat to all the action. According to an eyewitness, the artists were affectionate throughout the night such as when they introduced Charlie Puth's performance.

And unlike some stars who attend award shows to simply accept their award or present and dash, these two appeared to be genuine fans throughout the evening.

"When Chance the Rapper was being honored for being an 'amazing dad' by Pharrell Williams, Halsey threw her hands in the air to cheer loudly," an eyewitness shared.

When the topic of gun violence was brought up during the show, both Halsey and G-Eazy clapped and introduced themselves to Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School student Alex Moscou.

And yes, G-Eazy was left "speechless" when he met Eminem backstage. Not a surprise after iHeartRadio caught the couple dancing to his performance. 

Hey award show organizers: Do us a favor and please have these two back again and again. 

—Additional reporting by Amanda Williams

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