Are they together? Aren't they together? We literally have no idea...

Reality stars Marnie Simpson and Lewis Bloor have given us more dramz than we’ve ever seen on their shows Geordie Shore and The Only Way Is Essex.

After a whirlwind Celebrity Big Brother romance, Marnie was left heartbroken when she found out her Essex fella had cheated on her on Valentines Day – and took to Snapchat to tell us all exactly how she felt about it all.

(‘I want to punch him in the face’, springs to mind.)

But since then, the 25-year-old has been giving us a few mixed messages after she revealed that she’s still LIVING with Lewis, 27, despite insisting that they’re definitely not back together, and then kissing him at a boxing match in Manchester.

Er… what?!

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And now in another twist to the Geordie/Essex love story it looks like the pair could be trying to give their romance another go after they were spotted boarding a plane together at a London airport.

But not before having a blazing row, of course…

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The stars reportedly travelled to Heathrow to jet off on holiday, but before they even stepped foot on the plane Marnie was apparently caught by an onlooker shouting angrily at Lewis during a VERY heated exchange.

The Geordie lass was videoed looking very annoyed at Lewis as he kept his distance from the star, before they both slowly made their way out of the terminal.

Awkward!

A happier holiday for the former couple [Instagram]

Before the argument, Marnie and Lewis both seemed pretty excited about their trip away as Marns shared a sunshine and plane emoji with her 978k Twitter followers.

Just a few hours later Lewis was just as enthusiastic as he posted on Instagram: ‘Buzzing, just confirmed our holiday to @uniquecruise cant wait for a week of top deck pool parties and a 24/7 casino, and the most insane line up of summer.’

Well if the journey there was anything to go by, it’s set to be a VERY fiery holiday…