The Weeknd is reportedly trying his best to win Bella Hadid back after splitting from Selena Gomez. The Canadian singer is said to have showered his former flame with a special gift before she walked down the ramp at Victoria's Secret show at the Mercedes-Benz Arena in Shanghai, China on Monday, 20 November.
The Starboy singer, 27, reportedly sent Bella, 21, a note telling her how "amazing she is and how proud of her he is" along with a bouquet of flowers.
Hadid walked down the ramp in a skimpy black lingerie with angel wings attached to her shoulders. Alessandra Ambrosio, Romee Strijd and Candice Swanepoel also appeared on the show, wearing similar innerwear from the lingerie collection.
"Bella loved every minute of the show, and she looked absolutely stunning. The event went off without a hitch, and it was a raging success. Bella was on a high the whole night," a source told HollywoodLife.
The source continued, "The only thing that would have made it better would have been if Gigi was there too, but Bella Facetimed with her just before the show started, and she told Bella that she was rooting for her and that she can't wait to watch the show with her when she gets back home."
The Weeknd (real name Abel Tesfaye) and Bella have reignited romance rumours with their outings. The pair was spotted strolling together in Los Angeles last week. And most recently, The Weeknd was spotted at Bella's mother's apartment.
Although the two have kicked off romance rumours with their outings, Bella is being "extra cautious" about dating The Weeknd again.
"Bella is being extra cautious with her heart as she slowly allows Abel back into her life," a source told the celebrity gossip website.
"She has been testing the waters with him to see if their chemistry is still strong, and it seems to her that the attraction still exists. However, a lot has to happen before Bella considers rekindling what was once so wonderful between them. Bella feels it will take time before she can trust Abel again."
Bella and The Weeknd dated for two years before calling it quits in November 2016.