They totally brushed off cheating claims last week when cosy photos of Orlando Bloom and Selena Gomez surfaced online.
But now, new pictures have been snapped of Orlando and girlfriend Katy Perry – and they looked as loved up as ever.
During a lunch with friends in Cannes, it seems that Orlando just couldn't keep his hands (or lips) off Katy.
The actor cuddled Katy, and kissed her and played with her hair while they were chatting with their pals – a little OTT if you're in public.
Either, Orlando has a LOT to make up for and that's why he's all over Katy, or they're trying to put an image across.
Sources close to Orlando told TMZ that he was simply chatting to Selena last week and went to get food with her after, which explains why they left the club together.
What do you believe?
When it comes to splitting up, men really don’t have as much courage as women do – breaking news, right?
Well here’s a shocker: women, who are usually the ones to overthink and overanalyse every situation, take only six days before they finally decide that it’s over, while men can take up to a month.
Even then, they need ten more days to finally find the courage to tell their partner it’s over.
In the meantime, they spend their days in the pub with friends deciding on the most strategic way to break the news to their loved-up counterpart.
They think that a ‘careful exit strategy’ would take the pain off the breakup, even though the majority of women would rather a ‘short sharp shock’.
But, more than half of them do some serious soul-searching before deciding on what to do and one in six would even stay in an unhappy relationship if they think things will get better – nothing wrong with wishful thinking!
What was once laughed at by the traditional loved-up couple is now something that has become a growing trend.
It seems like online dating and using a matchmaking service to find a partner is getting more and more popular each day – so popular that by 2031, half of all couples will have met online.
Research by online dating site eHarmony thinks this is because more people are using mobile phones, giving them constant easy access to online sites.
Also, the number of people meeting the love of their lives in work or in college has dropped rapidly, with 6% less men and women finding interest in the people they see regularly.
In comparison to this, the number of people who find their other half online has trebled since 2008 – and still continues to rise.
So if you’re not having any luck with the people you see regularly, how about creating a profile on a dating site? You never know who you might meet…