Miranda Karr & Orlando Bloom ‘Hookup?’

Miranda Kerr had a huge smile on her face when she left the Vanity Fair Oscars after party on Sunday night, perhaps her ex-husband Orlando Bloom could have had something to do with that smile.

 

The supermodel and her ex-husband Pirates of the Caribbean star left the lavish party at the same time. The estranged ex -spouses, who have a  four-year-old son named Flynn, both looked to be in high spirits and Miranda in particular grinning from ear to ear  as they both waited for their rides under a lavish covered area.

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Looking stunning Sunday evening, The Super model who has no qualms about posing clothe less, wore a cut-out gown that flaunted her figure. The Emilio Pucci gown clung in all the right places on the well-toned beauty which was enhanced with a plunging neckline.

 

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Selena may have been upset with Miranda and Orlando’s presence at the bash, which might explain the state of utter confusion the singer, seemed to be in by the end of the rainy night. Selena appeared to be a little out of sorts as she stumbled out of the  Vanity Fair after party clutching on to her boyfriend, actor Jason Statham and British model Rosie Huntington-Whitely.

 

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Miranda and Selena appeared to co-exist at the event without drama, despite the incident that unfolded last year when Orlando and Justin Bieber had an altercation over Miranda. Apparently the two came to blows after Justin told Orlando to ‘Say hi to Miranda for me!’ It was reported last year that Justin Bieber had boasted about sleeping with former Victoria’s Secret angel Miranda while she had still been married.

 

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Michelle Hinojosa
Michelle Hinojosa writes and reports media for Popcrunch and is an active member in the LBGT community. She is a graduate of Washington State University with degree's in Social Services, English, History and Psychology.