Taylor Swift’s ongoing tour has been making headlines for more than just the incredible music performances. The singer’s concerts have become the talk of the town, with recent rumors swirling around her potential romantic involvement with Matty Healy, the frontman of The 1975.
The speculation reached new heights on May 12 when Matty made his third appearance on Taylor’s tour in Philadelphia. Taking the stage alongside Taylor’s opening act, Phoebe Bridgers, Matty showcased his guitar skills and later enjoyed Taylor’s show from a VIP section, where he was spotted rubbing shoulders with the likes of Blake Lively, one of Taylor’s closest friends.
This wasn’t the first time Matty had been seen at Taylor’s concerts. He previously joined Phoebe Bridgers during her opening set at Taylor’s Nashville show and attended another concert in the same city as a VIP guest, although he didn’t perform on that occasion. These repeated appearances have only intensified speculation about the nature of Matty’s relationship with Taylor.
Adding fuel to the fire, the duo was spotted holding hands while enjoying a meal at a restaurant in New York City on May 11. Joining them were mutual friend Jack Antonoff and his fiancée Margaret Qualley. The intimate outing further ignited rumors and left fans wondering if there was more than just a professional connection between Taylor and Matty.
Interestingly, this isn’t the first time Taylor and Matty have been romantically linked. Back in 2014, Matty revealed in a radio interview that he and Taylor had exchanged phone numbers. However, the following year, he clarified that there was no romantic relationship happening between them.
Both Taylor and Matty have remained tight-lipped about the recent rumors, neither confirming nor denying their possible romantic involvement. As fans eagerly await any official statement, the speculation continues to grow. While their musical collaborations have undeniably captivated audiences, it remains to be seen whether there is something more blossoming between Taylor Swift and Matty Healy.