Well what do we have here?
Lorde was spotted looking pretty cozy next to DJ/producer Diplo at an afterparty for the Brit Awards in London on Feb. 24, 2016.
Lorde, 19, and Diplo, 37, held on to each other as they made their way into Justin Bieber's party at Tape.
You may remember that there was at one time a lot of bad blood between Lorde and Diplo -- all over Taylor Swift.
Back in 2014, Diplo created a fund called "Get Taylor Swift a Booty" after it was reported that Katy Perry -- Diplo's significant other at the time -- was feuding with Taylor.
"Someone should make a kickstarter to get taylor swift a booty," the famous DJ posted on Twitter in Nov. 2014.
At the time, Lorde quickly responded and stood up for her friend, Taylor. "@diplo should we do something about your tiny penis while we're at it hm," Lorde posted on Twitter on Nov. 12, 2014.
He then followed up, posting this on Twitter: "👸 the moment u realize she's a high school student)."
After a few months, Lorde later came out and explained her weird feud with Diplo. "I love Wes [Diplo's real name is Thomas Wesley Pentz] and he's a big brother to me and one of my first friends in the industry, and part of having a friendship with someone like that is not letting them say stupid s---," Lorde explained to Billboard. "Taylor's my friend as well, and I'm a girl, and if I see some weird body-shaming on my feed I'm going to be like, 'Hey man…' We do still love each other, hopefully."
Since then, things have settled down between everyone involved. The beef between Katy Perry and Taylor Swift has been dormant and Lorde and Diplo seem back on track in their friendship.
It was reported in early January that Lorde had broken up with her longtime boyfriend, James Lowe, who she had dated for about three years. While neither Lorde nor James have commented on the end of their relationship, the two appear to have parted ways at the end of 2015.
But could this be a budding romance between the one time enemies? Only time will tell.
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