On Monday, April 11, Actor Liam Hemsworth and his rumoured fiancé Miley Cyrus attended the Los Angeles premiere of The Huntsman: Winter's War, in support of Liam’s older brother Chris, who has a starring role in the film.
Though the couple opted not to walk the star-studded red carpet, onlookers were quick to spot to the pair canoodling together after they managed to slip inside the Regency Village Theatre in California relatively undetected.
Kayla Hockman, a PR assistant who attended the premiere , live tweeted the excitable moment she met the couple.
“I just met Liam & Miley and I'm literally dying,” she wrote on her Twitter account, before adding that the pair were “totes back together.”
She later told E! News of her chance encounter with the famed couple on a trip to the bathroom.
"I was exiting the balcony seating area to use the restroom at the same time they were," the eye-witness described.
"I watched them both run to the restroom. They were kinda giggling because they were both running and then went separate ways into the restrooms."
And in a moment that Kayla will no doubt remember for years to come, the pair stopped for a quick selfie.
"They were really nice when I asked them to take photos with them," she said.
After watching the screening, Liam, 26, and Miley, 23, made a quick exit.
The stars were spotted walking "hand in hand" as they made their getaway, says one observer.
"They were smiling and looked happy to be together," a source told Us Weekly. "Miley [was] looking adoringly up at Liam as he led her out of the theater."
Earlier this year, it was confirmed by Miley’s godmother, Dolly Parton that the couple were in fact back together following whispers that the lovebirds had gotten re-engaged after Miley was spotted wearing her engagement ring again.
“Miley and Liam are 100 percent back on,” an insider told UD Weekly of the couple, adding that the actor has “told friends they’re engaged again.”
The pair, who called off their engagement back in September 2013, caught the world by surprise when they reconciled at the end of 2015 in the beachy Australian coastal town of Byron Bay.