OMG: The Weeknd might be dating Justin Bieber's ex Yovanna Ventura

Night out The Weeknd- real name Abel Makkonen Tesfaye- was seen with two pretty females as he left Hyde nightclub in Hollywood on Friday

Night out The Weeknd- real name Abel Makkonen Tesfaye- was seen with two pretty females as he left Hyde nightclub in Hollywood on Friday

The "Can't Feel My Face" singer has seemingly moved on from Selena Gomez - who is believed to have reconciled with the "Never Say Never" hitmaker - as he was seen getting cosy with Yovanna Ventura at French Montana's birthday party at a Beverly Hills mansion on Thursday (09.11.17). Bieber and Selena have dated on and off since 2010.

Reports announced that The Weeknd and Selena, who had been dating for around 10 months, chose to call time on their romance. Justin still needs to win her family over and he knows it will take some time. When you break up with somebody, sometimes you just need some space and time without them all up on your feeds reminding you that you just went through a breakup.

And we're not just saying that because Justin Bieber is back in the picture.

It looks like the Starboy singer may have started hanging out with another of Bieber's exes.

In fact, sources are said to have reported to US Weekly that the musician spent a lot of the night cosying up to Justin's former flame.

A source, who attended the party, said: "The Weeknd was there hand in hand with Yovanna Ventura all night". They've been spotted on dates and casually going to church together, but none of it has been out in the public. The two did recently made a decision to pick things back up after years of being apart, and they probably need and want the quiet to make sure everything goes the way they want it to now and in the long run.

Selena and The Weeknd during New York Fashion Week 2017.

We're sure that everyone will be monitoring their online activity very closely over the next few days...

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