Olivia Wilde is still Harry Styles’ No. 1 fan.
The film director was spotted dancing at the “As It Was” singer’s concert in Madison Square Garden Wednesday night, where he was presented with a banner for performing 15 consecutive nights at the iconic venue.
CBS anchor Gayle King took the stage to present Styles, 28, with the honor, as Wilde, 38, proudly looked on from the crowd.
Both the “Tron” actress and former One Direction member were seen getting emotional.
In a video captured by a fan and later posted on TikTok, Wilde could be seen grooving to Styles’ song “Music for a Sushi Restaurant” while wearing a long white dress and a feather boa, which is the signature accessory of her beau.
The clip was captioned, “rumors debunked,” since fans had speculated that there may have been trouble in paradise between the pair after a tumultuous press tour for “Don’t Worry Darling.”
People on social media noted that Styles and Wilde chose not to walk the Venice Film Festival red carpet as a couple and did not stand next to each other in group photos.
“yesterday’s red carpet was definitely their way to start the rumours that harry and olivia broke up without confirming anything,” one user tweeted at the time. “it wouldn’t surprise me if they latch the bomb right around the release date of the film as a way to get another pr wave. there isn’t long to wait!”
Another added, “Oh at this point Harry has ignored Olivia. There is video on red carpet of them all and Chris Pine and Gemma moving strategically around Harry so he didn’t stand next to O but nobody else wanted to either do that was awkward…”
However, shortly after, Styles and Wilde stepped out together for a “Don’t Worry Darling” premiere party in New York City. Video footage showed them leaving in the same car.
The “Booksmart” director and “Watermelon Sugar” singer have previously addressed the “toxic negativity” that has been directed at their relationship.
“It’s obviously a difficult feeling to feel like being close to me means you’re at the ransom of a corner of Twitter or something,” Styles told Rolling Stone in an interview for his September cover story.
“I just wanted to sing. I didn’t want to get into it if I was going to hurt people like that.”
Wilde, who was also interviewed for the piece, added, “What I don’t understand about the cruelty you’re referencing is that that kind of toxic negativity is the antithesis of Harry, and everything he puts out there. I don’t personally believe the hateful energy defines his fan base at all.”