Scott Disick Hangs Out With Kylie Jenner & It Looks Like He's Getting Closer With The Family Once Again
When Kourtney Kardashian appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in January, she made it clear that she and Scott Disick are no longer together. Still, given the fact that they have three children, she admitted he'll always be family. Despite her denial that there's any romance remaining, the two were supposedly "flirtatious" while at a club in Las Vegas last Tuesday. Plus, he also attended the family's memorial dinner for Robert Kardashian that same week. These two events indicate that he's back in the picture — at least in some capacity. Further proving his presence, Disick made a cameo on Kylie Jenner's Snapchat story on Friday night and showed off his diamond-encrusted watch. Other Snaps from that evening show Kylie enjoying her boyfriend Tyga's concert, so it's likely they were hanging backstage at that.
And guess what? Kourtney wasn't even there. Instead, according to E! News, she was at an Oscars pre-show party in Beverly Hills, along with other celebs like Alicia Silverstone and Sarah Hyland. Considering this family has a history of staying friendly with each other's exes, I wouldn't say I'm super shocked that Kylie and Disick were hanging out. After all, Kourt recently posted an Instagram posing with Khloé's ex French Montana. But at the same time, you've got to admit it's a bit bizarre and confusing.
Of course, I'm glad to see that Disick and Kylie are friendly and there's no bad blood between them. Still, I can't help but wonder what this means in terms of what's happening with Kourtney and Lord Disick. Are they working things out once and for all? Or does he really just like spending time with her family and feel like part of it? (He recently appeared on Khloé's reality show, Kocktails With Khloé , but was notably absent from Kanye West's Yeezy Season 3 listening party and fashion show.)
Even if Kourt and Disick's relationship is no longer romantic, it is a good sign that things are going smoothly for the family. And really, that's all anyone can hope for, isn't it?