Looks like The Weeknd and Bella Hadid just can't quit each other.
The exes reunited at a Coachella party on Friday, where they weren't shy about showing plenty of PDA. An eyewitness tells ET that Hadid and The Weeknd -- whose legal name is Abel Tesfaye -- were seen getting close at the Poppy Nightclub and Kylie Cosmetics party, sponsored by BMW I and Pizza Boys Radio on Beats 1. According to the eyewitness, the pair hung out at Jenner's VIP table, where Hadid sat on Tesfaye's lap, both with their arms around each other while kissing throughout the night.
However, Hadid later took to Instagram to deny multiple reports of the couple's PDA, commenting on one post, “It wasn’t me,” alongside emojis of a shrugging woman and a detective.
Despite the reported PDA, it doesn't appear Tesfaye and Hadid are exclusive again. On Saturday, the 28-year-old "Starboy" singer was also snapped looking cozy with model Chantel Jeffries. Interestingly enough, Jeffries previously dated Justin Bieber in 2014, marking another one of Bieber's exes that The Weeknd has been linked to aside from Gomez.
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Still, it appears Tesfaye took the breakup from Gomez hard. During his performance at Coachella on Friday, he visibly broke down in tears during his performances of "Call Out My Name" and "Privilege." The tracks were dropped as part of his six-song EP, My Dear Melancholy, last month -- and both appear to be about his relationship with Gomez.
Perhaps Tesfaye was remembering a happier time with Gomez? Last year, the pair attended Coachella together, with him making his debut on her Instagram in a sweet photo from the festival.
Interestingly enough, Hadid was spotted in the VIP section during the singer's performance. According to the eyewitness, the 21-year-old model didn’t seem to be having a particularly good time during the show, and left before he sang "Call Out My Name."
“She didn’t stay for the whole thing, she left early with friends and looked pretty serious," the eyewitness says.