The Weeknd and Bella Hadid were reportedly seen kissing at a Coachella afterpartyon Friday night, but the next day, he was seen getting close to another lady. The “Starboy” singer was photographed with his arm around model and actress Chantel Jeffries at the music festival on Saturday night, according to a report from E! Newsand photographs from TMZ.
The Weeknd (née Abel Tesfaye), 28, and Jeffries, 24, were also seen hugging, according to the paparazzi photos, but there are no reports that they kissed. Interestingly enough, the actress was previously linked to Justin Bieber, just like Tesfaye’s recent ex, Selena Gomez. Jeffries and Bieber were rumored to be dating in around 2014-2016. Bieber was at Coachella this weekend, too.
Tesfaye and Jeffries have not commented on their possible relationship status. He and Hadid, 21, have also kept quiet after being seen “kissing all night” at a post-Coachella soirée on Friday. However, a source told E! that the exes—who officially split in 2016—have been “secretly seeing each other recently,” but they aren’t official.
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The insider added that Tesfaye has been “openly dating” other women since breaking up with Selena Gomez last fall, which could explain his sighting with Jeffries the following night. Hadid, on the other hand, reportedly wants to be exclusive.
“Bella never really lost feeling for Abel and had hope they would eventually get back together,” the source told E!. “They are just getting back to a good place. She loves hanging out with Abel and they always have fun together and is very hopeful of their future relationship.”
Tesfaye headlined the Indio, CA festival on Friday night, when he performed some of his new songs, including “Call Out My Name,” which is believed to be a shoutout at Gomez, and “Wasted Times,” which is reportedly about Hadid.
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This article originally appeared on Harper’s BAZAAR US.