Rihanna, Drake

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Alright, alright...Now they're just messing with our emotions!

Yes, Rihanna and Drake did it again! The duo surprised fans during the singer's Anti World Tour stop in Miami on Tuesday night, bringing on an exceptionally heated performance of "Work" with lots of grinding, booty poppin' and even a few couple-y moments.

The bad gal—wearing a see-through, beaded black jumpsuit—brought the rapper on-stage midway through her performance of their steamy single together, and the very first thing Drake did was pull her in close, whisper something in her ear and kiss her on the cheek.

The songstress couldn't help herself from giggling, and if that's not the most adorable thing ever, we're not sure what is. It's definitely giving us hope that maybe, just maybe, there's something more going on between the two again.

But speculation aside, the moment was seriously hot (much like their music video for the song), and they brought the crowd to a roar as they followed it up with a performance of their previous collaboration, "What's My Name."

Afterward, Rih let Drake take the stage for a minute to perform a solo of "Jumpman," hyping up the crowd as they rapped along to the hit.

"It's full of surprises, the Anti tour," she told the audience coyly when Drake exited the stage.

Shortly after the show ended, the rapper took to Instagram to share his excitement over watching Rihanna perform and getting the chance to join her on-stage.

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"Watching Rih sing on Anti Tour like..." he captioned a photo of his character Jimmy from Degrassi. "Had so much fun tonight."

We can only hope to see several more of these surprises as the Anti Tour continues.

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