Published: Sat, May 12, 2018
Culture&Arts | By Hattie Nash

The Weeknd & Bella Hadid Kiss in Cannes

The Weeknd & Bella Hadid Kiss in Cannes

Bella Hadid and The Weeknd will always have Paris - or at least Cannes!

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Fans' disappointment turned to confusion this week however as the two were photographed kissing at Cannes Film Festival. However, this recent sighting might prove that their romance is fully back on, even if they don't want to admit it yet. The clip shows the two of them apparently greeting each other in the classic European way to great an ex-lover: with a quick kiss on the cheek. News that claimed she and The Weeknd had been "kissing all night" at the party, Hadid said, "It wasn't me". And there's no denying the video above, which is clearly Bella. The Weeknd (real name Abel Tesfaye) was likely in town for the festival due to the fact that he contributed to the Black Panther soundtrack.

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Meanwhile, sources told E! He and Hadid "were hanging out in VIP". They were standing out on the beach in front of hundreds of people. It's impossible for others to know anything about the alleged reunion until the stars choose to address the news themselves - if they do at all. Tesfaye and Gomez dated for a year or so and as soon as they split Gomez was spotted spending time with Justin Bieber again. They kissed a few times passionately. Rumors that they'd gotten back together, following The Weeknd's split from Selena Gomez, circulated in November 2017.

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A source recently told Us Weekly that "it's only a matter of time" before the pair get back together.

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