Zayn Malik confirms his relationship with Gigi Hadid during radio interview on “Zach Sang & and The Gang” show.

Slide to 10:25 for the exact clip of Malik’s exchange with the show’s co-host, Jill Gutowitz.

Gutowitz asked, “Was it cool to have your girlfriend in the video?” Malik replied, “Uh yeah that was cool. It was something different. We enjoyed it. It was fun.”

The host added, “No one easier to make out with than your girlfriend, right?” Malik responded, “Exactly. I like what you’ve done there.”

The “Pillowtalk” video for Malik’s first solo song came out in January. At the time, its setting fueled rumours of a romance between him and his co-star, Hadid.

Following the video’s release, Malik spoke with Zane Lowe for Apple Beats 1. They discussed his relationship with Hadid. At the time, he said, “We’re good friends.” Click

Click here to listen to the interview.

E Online recently revealed exclusive news from a source saying, “Zayn and GiGi are getting serious.” The insider also explained what went on during the filming of “Pillowtalk” video.

“Gigi was so excited when Zayn asked her to be in his music video. They both acted very professional on set but it was very obvious that they were in love. They couldn’t stop flirting with each other. Gigi and Bella really like the fact they are in music videos with their boyfriends,” the source shared. Bella is Gigi’s younger sister.

The insider added, “This relationship is very different than when she was with Jonas. Her friends think this is going to last!”

Hadid dated Joe Jonas for five months. They broke up in November, People reported. However, the two remain friends. Hadid revealed her attraction for famous men in an interview for

Meanwhile, Hadid revealed her attraction for famous men in an interview for LOVE magazine’s new issue.

“It’s the same thing as dating someone within the industry rather than out of the industry. You only understand it when you’re literally experiencing it,” she shared.

Mail Online also posted a recent pic of the couple cuddling at the back of a taxi after an evening at The Nice Guy club in West Hollywood.