You can run, you can hide but you can’t hide the truth. When Bella Hadid was spotted in the arms of The Weeknd at the Coachella music festival, she blatantly refused that it was her. But guess what? The Victoria’s Secret model was spotted kissing Abel Tesfaye yet again! This time at the Cannes Film Festival.


Bella and Abel were seen smooching the night away at Magnum x Alexander Wang bash on Promenade de la Croisette. That makes it clear that the Weeknd won at his wooing game. It’s no secret that after his breakup with Selena Gomez and her breakup with Drake, the former lovers started sharing the same space in the news section.



Now with this kiss at an afterparty, fans are sure that the couple is back together! The younger Hadid girl was rocking a grey mini dress with a matching blazer, hoop earrings, and black pumps completing her look. Apart from kissing her ex, whom she dated for a whole year back in 2015, she and The Weeknd were also spotted leaving together.



So they were not just seen “kissing all night” but they were also quick in “disappearing at the same time.” And guess what? There’s photographic proof. “It wasn’t me,” is what Bella had written in the comments’ section on Instagram when news of her sharing a kiss with former bae at the Coachella weekend came out.

About this Cannes kiss, an onlooker told MailOnline, “Bella kept coming over and whispering in his ear and kissing his neck. They certainly weren’t keeping it secret. They were standing out on the beach in front of hundreds of people.” The source further added, “Bella clearly asked him to leave with her as they both disappeared at the same time. They looked very cute and things definitely look like they’re back on.”

In the pictures Bella can be seen caressing his face as well and sharing jokes that made him laugh. Looks like she had her charm game on! Twitter is thrilled with this news. One person wrote, “This literally made my day. I’m about to cry.” We can’t help but hope that the elder Hadid sister also reunites with her former love interest.