Babe, I almost finished the level...

The Weeknd and Selena Gomez look super happy and comfortable together and we are here. For. It.

The Weeknd posted on his Instagram Stories feed early Sunday a sweet photo of him and girlfriend Selena Gomez dressed casually (black hoodie for her, Marvel baseball cap and denim jacket for him) cuddling on a couch by a table on which rest two plates with four tiny slices of individual-sized mini pizzas, as well as a red plastic cup and a copy of InStyle magazine's September 2017 issue, which features her on the cover.

And that... Is The Weeknd playing a video game?

Indeed, the singer is clutching what appears to be an Nintendo Switch Pro Controller controller as he nuzzles his girl. Multitasking! You know the relationship has reached a comfortable level (pun intended) when you get to alternate between making out and playing Mario Kart.

Selena Gomez, The Weeknd


Selena Gomez, Movie Event

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The romantic late-night date capped a busy evening for Selena; she had hosted a Q&A event for the new movie Good Time at the Arclight Hollywood. The singer is not in the movie said she had become a fan of directors Benny Safdie and Josh Safdie after watching their past movies while on bed rest following medical treatment. She did not elaborate.

"A lot of you probably don't know why I'm here, I actually don't know why I'm here either," she told the crowd. "But these guys are really cool and a little while ago I was actually on bed rest and it's probably the worst time to watch Heaven Knows What, or the best time, depending on your mental state. And I ended up becoming extremely fascinated with the boys and kind of forced them to be my friend a little bit. So we started hanging they asked me to come hang out."

Selena and The Weeknd (real name Abel Tesfaye) have been dating since at least January and have occasionally been spotted out in public and on each other's social media feeds.

Last week, the two enjoyed a night of comedy at the Laugh Factory in Hollywood.

—Reporting by Alli Rosenbloom

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