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    What’s Going On With The Weeknd and Angelina Jolie? An Investigation

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    Ever since The Weeknd and Angelina Jolie were spotted leaving the same restaurant moments apart last month, the romance rumours have been swirling. But are there actually sparks flying between the two, or is it just a case of two friends/colleagues simply hanging out? Currently, it’s looking a lot like the latter. According to Page Six, The Weeknd is focussed on furthering his acting career after appearing in 2019’s Uncut Gems — he’s currently developing a new HBO series, The Idol, which he’s co-writing and starring in — so who better to get advice from than Angelina, right? If you’re still not convinced, let’s assess the evidence ahead, shall we?

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