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Downcast Bella Hadid emerges for first time since ex-boyfriend The Weeknd and Selena Gomez went public with new romance

MailOnline India Friday, 13 January 2017
Downcast Bella Hadid emerges for first time since  ex-boyfriend The Weeknd and Selena Gomez went public with new romanceThe model, 20, only split from the R&B star, 26, in November so it's got to hurt that he has moved on so quickly. Bella looked strained as she held a hand to her furrowed brow after arriving back in LA Friday.
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News video: Bella Hadid's Mood-Filled Instagram Post

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Bella Hadid made headlines this week when her ex-boyfriend The Weekend was spotted kissing Selena Gomez. Although no one has publicly commented on the new romance, Hadid might have just posted her feelings on instagram. After unfollowing Gomez on the social media site, the model posted a paparazzi...

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