In August, Andy Lee shocked the nation when he announced he'd split from his girlfriend Rebecca Harding.
Speaking to his bestie, Hamish Blake, during their radio show, the Melbourne local confessed that "Bec and I broke up a little while ago".
But it seems like Mr Lee is singing a new tune.
The 35-year-old was spotted with his pretty model ex just last week.
Andy made a play for his 25-year-old ex during Derby Day, pulling her to one side, grabbing her hand and whispering in her ear.
Our source says, “Bec and Andy have always had great chemistry. They split because he has commitment issues – she wanted to take their relationship to the next level but he wasn’t ready."
“They may have been dating for 18 months, but it was telling that they still weren’t living together. But he’s realised he made a mistake and has been desperate to win her back.”
In fact, according to his pals, Andy has found it hard to let go, despite being the one to break the romance off.
And judging by their sweet and very intimate moments at Melbourne's big racing day, the pair are a stone's throw away from picking up from where things were left off.
If the photos aren't enough to prove that the former Cleo bachelor is a man in love, Andy has cemented his thoughts on Bec, by talking about her on his hit radio show recently.
Despite their split, the funnyman couldn't help but share with his listeners the moment he told the model that he loved her... unfortunately it was completely by accident!
Watch Andy talk about the awkward encounter in the video below... Article continues!
“I had found out that Bec had got a new job, so I was ringing her to congratulate her on the new job,” the 35-year-old revealed.
"We're chatting away and we're getting towards the end of the conversation, when Dad rings through on the other line," he continued.
"So I said to Bec: 'Hey Bec, I've got to go, dad's calling through' and she says no problem. I said: 'Thanks very much. Love you.'"
And then, the host says, he panicked: "At that point I just realised I'd said 'I love you', which was something you were allowed to say a while back, back when you were going out."
He continued: “But it's not the sign off of choice now.”
So what do you do after a cringe-worthy performance like that?
"I went 'Ahhhhh!' and hung up the phone," the popular personality confessed.
Typically, Hamish Blake had a hilarious suggestion on how he could have "fixed" the situation.
"Is there a chance you could have put a D on the love?" he asked. "What, loved you?" Andy replied, bursting into fits of laughter.
"I'm trying!" Hamish replied.