Miley Cyrus has yet to confirm her romance with rapper and music producer Mike WiLL Made It, but if the footage from her MTV documentary “Miley: The Movement” is any indication, the rumored pair are awfully tight.

The one-hour documentary, which follows the former Disney star during the weeks leading up to her infamous MTV Video Music Awards performance in August and release of her album “Bangerz,” has frequent appearances from the relatively unknown 24-year-old rapper.

“I’ve made a lot of my record with Mike WiLL,” Cyrus said during the first segment of the documentary, which shows the 20-year-old former “Hannah Montana” star working in the studio. “I’d known about him because I listen to a lot of hip-hop. I just fell in love with his beats and I love the fact of how young he is and that no pop chicks were really messing with him like that,” said Cyrus, later admitting that the twosome immediately noticed they had a strong connection. “I got in the studio and we were just in the room bouncing off these ideas, just kinda like singing with each other, and then the connection just started and then it kept getting crazier and better. People change; you never know who you’re going to be,” she said.

Cyrus was first rumored to be dating Mike WiLL (full name: Michael Len Williams II) last month prior to her official split from actor Liam Hemsworth, her fiance after three years together. According to a report from Star magazine, the musical twosome’s relationship became romantic after they worked closely to create Cyrus’ new album. "[They have] made no attempt to cover up their budding romance,” said an insider, also claiming that the pair are allegedly, officially “hooking up.”

Despite the pair posting multiple photos together on social media, and Cyrus even starring in Mike WiLL's risque music video “23,” a source confirmed to GossipCop last month that the relationship rumors were 100 percent false. According to the report, their burgeoning relationship is purely professional, the source saying Mike WiLL is merely spending time with the singer in an effort to make her fourth studio album a success.