Does Viral Video Confirm Miley Cyrus And Justin Gaston Relationship?

Miley and Mandy have once again hit YouTube to make one of their famous videos and, this time around, they've included Justin Gaston. So, if you've ever had any doubt that 16-year-old Miley and 20-year-old Justin are in a relationship, this could confirm your suspicions that they are, in fact, dating.

Referring to themselves as "Schmilers," "Schmanders" and, my personal favorite, "Justie Wustie," the dynamic trio share with us their favorite things of 2008.

A bossy Miley (though we have to say we like that in a girl) probes her boyfriend (we now feel confident in calling him that) about his favorite YouTube video, and he mumbles something like, "I don't watch YouTube." He then follows it up by saying he likes a John Mayer video and a "Saturday Night Live" sketch.

But we are assuming that Miley wanted him to say she made the best YouTube videos — he failed a boyfriend test. Miley should take note of that.

Next up, Justin's favorite song. He once again mumbled something about liking a Coldplay song, while nodding his head. Justin appears to be a man of few words.

His favorite place? Playing his guitar on the beach. (We guess that counts. Sort of.) Miley liked Cabo, for those keeping count. Cabo has beaches. Hmmm ... They also go through a bunch of other favorite things that Justin manages to mumble and low-talk his way through, including Bible passages.

But the best part of the video is when Justin sings Miley his song for her called "You Make Me Happy." It's one of her "personal favorites." And if you haven't heard it yet, you need to. It's an instant classic. (Cough.)

Here's a sampling of the lyrics:

She makes me happy

So I don't really care

Then again, you worry about things

Like what kind of shirts I wear ...

... Baby, kiss me one more time

Somewhere in there he name-checks Jesus and repeats that lovely chorus. After his performance, Miley gives him a high-five, directs viewers to his MySpace page and says, "Yay, Justie!" adding, "Now you know!"

That we do. Sigh.