Selena Gomez seems to be getting her mojo back.
Still sick of that same old love, the singer/actress, who recently said she would love to do a Witches of Waverly Place reunion, spent a lengthy public date with The Weeknd that ended in a photographed smooch proving she really can't keep her hands to herself.
E! News reported the couple–or couple-in-waiting–dined at the Santa Monica hotspot Giorgio Baldi.
An E! source said that the budding relationship is nothing serious ... yet, but former Weeknd girlfriend Bella Hadid unfollowed Selena on Instgram after the kissing pictures appeared.
"[The Weeknd] always had a thing for Selena," a second unnamed E! source said. "He thinks she is extremely talented and sexy. They recently started talking before the holidays but she has been on his radar before."
"They are on the same level with expectations and think the other is really fun. They are taking things slow and getting to know each other."
In other Weeknd news, he is set to headline Bonnaroo in June with U2 and Red Hot Chili Peppers.
U2's set will include its 1987 album, The Joshua Tree. Other artists set to perform during the four-day event include Chance the Rapper, Major Lazer, The xx, Tove Lo, Lorde and Cage the Elephant.
The 16th annual Bonnaroo festival will be held June 8-11 at Great Stage Park in Manchester, Tennessee, about 60 miles south of Nashville.
Monmouth gets new Boss
Bruce Springsteen and the Jersey shore's Monmouth University say the school will curate works from his decades-long career.
The Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music at the West Long Branch school will feature the Garden State-born rocker's personal collection of written works, artifacts, photographs and other memorabilia from his career.
The university has been the home of the Bruce Springsteen Special Collection since 2011. The new archive will promote and preserve the legacy of Springsteen as well as other music icons, including Frank Sinatra and Woody Guthrie.
"Monmouth University is excited by the opportunity to grow our relationship with Bruce Springsteen," said university President Paul Brown.
The announcement came during a Tuesday night event at the university's Pollak Theatre in which Springsteen, 67, chronicled his life story as part of an "intimate conversation" moderated by Grammy Museum Executive Director Bob Santelli.
Variety.com reports that Game of Thrones star Peter Dinklage (Tyrion Lannister) is in early talks for a key role in both parts of Marvel's Avengers: Infinity War.
The movies are expected to shoot back-to-back starting this summer.
Dinklage's role is unknown at this time.
In an article in Marie Claire, Natalie Portman says Ashton Kutcher was paid three times as much as her for co-starring in 2011's No Strings Attached.
Portman said she knew about the pay difference at the time the film was being made, but wasn't as miffed as she should have been. She tells the magazine, "we get paid a lot, so it's hard to complain, but the disparity is crazy."
Portman, now getting raves in Jackie, says she doesn't "think women and men are more or less capable. We just have a clear issue with women not having opportunities." She says women need to "be part of the solution, not perpetuating the problem."
Kutcher later tweeted: "So proud of Natalie and all women who stand up for closing the gender pay gap!"
What about the men who stand up for the gender pay gap?
Portman recently signed on to play Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in a biopic.
Tattle doesn't know if Portman is getting paid as much as a man would, but–since we're talking about pay inequities–we're pretty darn sure she's getting paid more than a supreme court justice.
E! News reports that Bravo's Andy Cohen will host and co-executive producer a new version of Love Connection, the old Chuck Woolery-hosted relationship game show.
"I was a huge fan of the original Love Connection, and hosting the new version allows me to do one of the things I love most: meddling in people's personal lives," Cohen said.
- Daily News wire services
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