Bella Hadid and her ex-boyfriend, musician The Weeknd, are reportedly on "good terms," according to the Daily Mail, as the pair were reunited backstage at rehearsals for the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs).
An insider told the publication that the supermodel — who has been confirmed as a presenter at the upcoming event — was seen at the New York VMAs location on the same day that The Weeknd finished up rehearsals for his performance there. According to the source, there was no awkwardness between the former flames.
"They played it cool and crossed paths with each other, same place, same time," the insider revealed to the outlet, before they added that the pair appear to be "on good terms."
Bella and The Weeknd were first spotted together back in 2015 at Coachella. After they split in August 2019, the on-off couple cited conflicting schedules as to why their romance had come to an end.
According to pictures published by the news source, Bella wore a revealing, black mesh ensemble for her day in New York. The supermodel was pictured on Friday in an attention-grabbing transparent top made up of conjoining mesh panels, which showed off her underboob. The top featured two thin shoulder straps, and its sleeves were long enough to cover her hands. She paired the garment with loose black trousers and chic strappy heels.
Bella embraced a '90s vibe for the day and swept her dark hair into a retro updo with a side fringe, which was complemented by a large pair of silver hoop earrings. In the photos, she held a black face mask over her nose and mouth, no doubt concerned about her safety amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
As the publication pointed out, The Weeknd is nominated for six gongs at the VMAs and is also expected to perform at the event. Due to coronavirus concerns, this year's awards show is to be held from different locations around New York City, after organizers backtracked on plans to stage it entirely from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn.
According to the outlet, organizers said the event will span all five boroughs of the city in order to "pay homage to the strength, spirit and incredible resilience of NYC and its beloved residents."
As The Inquisitr reported, Ariana Grande and Lady Gaga are both nominated for a staggering nine awards at this year's show, including a joint nomination in the Video of the Year category for their collaboration on "Rain on Me." Other artists nominated for the prestigious award include Eminem, Taylor Swift, and Future.