Kourtney Kardashian & Boyfriend Younes Bendjima Enjoy Beach At Cannes

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Disick, 33, must have really wanted a chance to hang out with the 19-year-old actress, as, according to E!

It feels like only yesterday that Scott Disick was playfully grabbing Bella Thorne's boob, yet today it appears that the Lord has moved on with someone else already.

Another fan asked what she was doing with Scott and she responded, "Legit nothing trolololo". A day after Scott and Bella were spotted together, fans went insane tweeting to the teenager to find out what was happening. She's now in Cannes as well and has been seen out and about with model and ex-boxer, Younes Bendjima.

Bella Thorne is so over that "Cannes fancy life".

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Bella Thorne has been at the centre of a number of controversies so far this year but in typical Bella style, it seems that she doesn't give a flying F what anyone thinks. But the former Disney star has now left the South of France after Scott was pictured kissing a reported ex yesterday.

Kourtney and Younes have been in Cannes all week for the Cannes Film Festival, and they've been seen cuddling throughout.

And sources claim Scott's invitation was just to annoy his ex partner Kourtney Kardashian, who is staying less than 10 miles away from him with her beau Younes Bendjima. Scott and Chloe were caught kissing and getting quite handsy in a pool. "Scott will do anything to sabotage Kourtney's relationship, including showing up wherever Kourtney and Younes are hanging out together", the insider shared. Later on in the day, they were both seen at the airport in Nice where they hopped in the same auto after touching down in France.

"Kourtney is having fun and he makes her happy", a source close to the pair told People. It's immature, but that's Scott.' they added. Their romance "will probably never turn into more than a fling..."

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