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Dustin Lynch’s grand gesture for Kelly Osbourne has the rumor mill swirling — again! Getty Images
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On June 25, Dustin Lynch took the microphone during his Virginia Beach, Virginia concert to dedicate his latest single, “Seein’ Red,” to Kelly Osbourne.

And yes, it made us all pretty jealous!

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Not only did Dustin give a shoutout to the former “E! Fashion Police” host, but he also called her his darling right before busting out the vibrant tune.

After Dustin’s onstage croon, Kelly made their relationship status even more confusing when she took to Twitter with an affectionate tweet. She wrote, “@dustinlynch you are too romantic for words…” To her response, Dustin wrote, “Just for you darlin.” Heck, the playful pair even sealed their sweet nothings with some loving, emoji smooches.

While the adorable gestures and lovey-dovey exchanges gave us the idea that the two had a real red-hot romance going on, they’re actually just friends. Earlier this year, rumors swirled that Dustin and Kelly were dating after they snapped a selfie together at Stagecoach. However, Dustin set the record straight with “Entertainment Tonight” saying simply, “There’s no relationship.”

As for the heart pumping performance, it was actually all part of a joke that began with FaceTime. Dustin explained that he asked Kelly what she thought about his new single. He then tried to coax her into downloading the song by threatening to break up their so-called romance. Of course, being the Dustin fan that she is, Kelly did download the tune — which now has sentimental meaning behind it.

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“I’ve only ever dedicated a song to my grandparents and Kelly Osbourne,” admitted Dustin about the performance.

How sweet.

Nashville-based writer and Rare Country contributor Melinda Lorge has always been passionate about country music. Follow her @MelindaLorge and join the conversation @RareCountry.
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