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Katy Perry Spotted Cuddling With Orlando Bloom at Ed Sheeran Concert; Relationship Back On?



Katy Perry and ex Orlando Bloom appeared to be back together according to an eyewitness. The singer and the actor were spotted together at Ed Sheeran’s concert at Staple’s Center in Los Angeles on Saturday night. The fan managed to have a few photos of the celebrity couple and posted them on Instagram.

The photos showed Perry, 32, appearing to be leaning back against Bloom, 40, in their floor seats says a Mail Online report. According to the fan, "They definitely seemed like they're back together.” The pair is said to have cuddled most of the night and even shared kisses. Also, Perry reportedly sat on Bloom’s lap during most of the concert.

Like Bloom, Perry wore a black cap that covered her pixie-cut blonde hair. The eyewitness added that other concert-goers likely didn’t think it was them because of their get-up. It is unclear if the two arrived at the Ed Sheeran concert together.

Representatives of both Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom have not commented about their apparent reunion. The two stars dated for ten months before they took a “respectful, loving space” from each other in February according to their reps.

A source told Entertainment Tonight that it was Katy who pulled the plug in their relationship. The same source added that they both still loved each other very much at the time and that getting back together could happen once they have that space. Meanwhile, another source said that according to Bloom, they remained friendly towards each other even after their breakup and that they still texted and talked.

In April, or two months after they broke up, Perry and Bloom first reunited at a birthday party held at a Hollywood club. But, it was later revealed that the exes arrived at the bash separately.

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