Love is in the air, and apparently, tongues are too. Cuffing season looks like it's going well for the rich and famous, especially for the former One Direction members (well, some of them).

Harry Styles and Emily Ratajkowski are the latest to send couple alert signals after the two reportedly were seen packing a lot of PDA in the streets of Tokyo recently.

The video of the two swallowing each other's faces is a little blurry, but the people undoubtedly resemble the suspects in question. The woman has the same The North Face jacket frequently seen on Ratajkowski. As for the guy, the tiny ponytail screams Harry.

Styles is currently in the Japanese capital for his Love on Tour concert series, which places the musician in the correct place for the PDA sesh.

Of course, neither Styles nor Ratajkowski has yet to confirm whether they're a thing or just sharing a smooch in Tokyo for the hell of it. I mean, hey, live your lives!

However, social media doesn't seem to be here for it. Many tweeters found the slobdown to be a jumpscare and kind of gross — an "ick" as they like to call it — tweeting that they want it deleted from the internet (and their memory).

Styles ended his relationship with the controversial Olivia Wilde last year, following a whirlwind press tour for the film Don't Worry Darling (Styles starred in the movie while Wilde directed it).

Just last month, Ratajkowski hinted that her "situationship" with Eric Andre ended days after the two shared some NSFW Valentine's Day pics that could've stayed between them.

Styles isn't the only past One Direction Member enjoying the dating scene at the moment. Zayn Malik and Selena Gomez — yes, you read that right — reportedly locked lips during a date in NYC.

I guess, cuffing season doesn't suck for supermodels — or former boyband members.

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