Does that mean The Weeknd and Bella Hadid are officially back together?
After months of speculating on their relationship status, the 28-year-old singer shared social media posts with Hadid on Sunday, all of which were recorded while the couple spent time with friends in Tokyo.
In one of the videos he shared on his Instagram story, the 21-year-old model can be seen laughing and clapping while the couple watched two actors in robotic costumes in a ring in the Robot Restaurant.
The musician also shared a photo of himself and posed alongside his friends to make sure that all his fans knew that the model was responsible for capturing the moment.
"No More Dreams ?: @bellahadid," he wrote next to the picture.

Bella Hadid
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The Weeknd (né Abel Tesfaye) also released a series of videos that were shot in a private karaoke room.
In one, Hadid is seen dancing on stage while wearing a light headband while hugging the musician in another.

Bella Hadid and The Weeknd

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While Hadid did not have to share contributions from her time overseas, she announced Thursday that she officially had her "last day of work" before she could start enjoying a little summer vacation.
"Last working day !!! SUMMERRRRR !!!! ???????????," she recorded a video of herself.

The two had already been seen in June when they strolled the streets of Paris in June, just a month after they had closed their lips at an afterparty in Cannes (France).
The model and singer, who split in November 2016, were also spotted in April at a Coachella After Party, where they packed on the PDA and triggered first reconciliation rumors.
"The Weeknd and Bella sat in the lofts all night and on top of each other, they definitely looked like they were together again," a spectator at the time told PEOPLE.
But Hadid went on to deny a report that said the couple would "kiss all night" and wrote on Instagram, "It was not me."

Bella Hadid and The Weeknd
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The Weeknd seemed to be inspired by the lovesickness it experienced after the couple ended their relationship in one of the songs of their last EP "My Dear Melancholy".
In "Wasted Times," he takes pictures of a girl who was a "rider" – probably referring to Hadid, who due to her Lyme disease had to give up her dreams of participating in the 2016 Olympics.


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