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Jaden Smith mistook Chloe Ferry for ex Kylie Jenner

Jaden Smith mistook Chloe Ferry for ex Kylie Jenner

Jaden Smith chatted up Chloe Ferry at the MTV EMAs - thinking she was his ex Kylie Jenner.

The 18-year-old star openly admitted to the 'Geordie Shore' star that he initially went up to her because he thought she was the 'Keeping Up With the Kardashians' beauty - who he previously dated and is still pals with - but the pair got on well when they started speaking.

A source said: "Chloe got a shock when Jaden came bowling over to her but she lapped it up.

"He told her he thought she was Kylie Jenner who he used to date and is still friends with."

Despite the initial confusion, Jaden and Chloe, 21, "flirted loads" and were said to have spent plenty of time with each other at the ceremony's after-party.

The source added to The Sun newspaper: "After that they kept bumping into each other all night and got on really well.

"They spent a lot of time together at the after-party and flirted loads."

However, Jaden was later spotted leaving the party with a different girl.

An insider told the publication: "Jaden left the after-party with a girl and went home with her. It seemed like he was having quite the night."

Chloe was most recently romantically linked to fellow reality star Jon Clarke, and the pair went to McDonald's for their first date.

Jaden was involved in an on/off relationship with Kylie, 19, for around three years and has been romantically linked to Sofia Richie, 18.

It's fortunate Jaden was able to attend the EMAs as he recently admitted there was a stage in his life where he couldn't go outside because he was a vampire.

He said: "During a period of my life, I was Gothic. I was only wearing black and I was hiding from the sun because I was a vampire.

"I was a vampire, for real. I could not expose myself to the sun and I was only wearing black trench coats.

"Now I'm not a vampire, I'm out of this phase. I open myself up to wear brighter things, to go out in daylight. I share much more mixed energy."