• Kendall Jenner may be dating Ben Simmons again
  • They were spotted enjoying a New Year's Eve party together
  • A source has confirmed they are giving thir relationship another try

Kendall Jenner has sparked rumors that she has started dating Ben Simmons again after she was spotted partying with her ex. The two celebrities were seen enjoying a New Year’s Eve party in Philadelphia.

Jenner and Simmons were spotted at the rooftop restaurant Attico at around midnight of New Year’s Eve. Pictures of the two celebrities that have been posted on TMZ show the model wearing a short black dress that reveals her slender legs. The basketball player wore a black t-shirt, black pants, and a matching jacket.

Simmons apparently rented out Attico to be able to party with Jenner. They reportedly walked in at around 11:30 p.m. and stayed there at least until the ball drop, Daily Mail reported.

Photos and videos from the party that have surfaced online claim to show Jenner and Simmons kissing at the stroke of midnight to welcome the New Year. However, there is no confirmation as of this writing that the two of them actually kissed. One of the photos and a video do show a tall man leaning down for what appears to be a kiss, but they are too blurry to accurately make an assessment.

Jenner and Simmons have been linked together since 2018, and they have been spotted going on dates together. However, there were reports of the two taking a break after photos of the model kissing Anwar Hadid surfaced online.

Rumors of the them getting back together started after Jenner was spotted attending some of Simmons’ games. She also sat with the basketball player’s mom during one of the games.

Sources close to the two celebrities told E! News recently that Jenner and Simmons have decided to give their relationship another try. The insider pointed out that the break up was not “messy” and the two of them have stayed in touch after the split.

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Kendall Jenner attends the Longchamp Fall/Winter 2019 Runway Show in New York City on Feb. 9, 2019. Getty Images/Craig Barritt