Bella Hadid skips Coachella, rumors surface she wants to avoid Selena Gomez and The Weeknd
18 April 2017 Entertainment News
Fourth Estate Staff
Los Angeles, CA, United States (4E) – Bella Hadid did not attend the Coachella festival this year although her gal pals like Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin were at the annual event and rumors started to swirl that she wanted to avoid her ex-boyfriend, The Weeknd, and his new girl, Selena Gomez.
Photos of Gomez and The Weeknd cuddling at the festival surfaced online while Hadid went to Dubai to skydive with some of her girlfriends. In a photo shared by Hadid, she was with her pals and she was wearing a blue bikini as they cruised around on a boat. A day before the photo was posted showing her with her friends on a boat, she went skydiving and she revealed that she has never been calmer than when she jumped out of the plane. She also described the feeling of jumping off of the plane like flying with the angels.
Aside from cruising and sky diving, Hadid also drove a luxury car around Abu Dhabi. She posted a photo of her behind the wheel and she wrote in the caption, “Driving to Abu Dhabi.”
As for Gomez and The Weeknd, the two made their unconfirmed relationship Instagram official. In the post, The Weeknd was behind Gomez and he hugged her from behind. His arms were around her neck and chest area. The post now has 6.8 million likes.
On Friday evening, they were seen holding hands while on their way to the performance of Travis Scott. The two stayed at a VIP section during Scott’s performance.
Hadid and The Weeknd broke up in November of 2016. A month after, he performed at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show where Hadid walked the runway. During an interview late last year, Hadid said, “When I love somebody, I love them with my whole heart. It was my first breakup… and so public. As an outsider, you might think I handled it so well, but it's always in your heart, and you always feel it very heavily.”
In January 2017, he was spotted with Gomez locking lips after having dinner.
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