Taylor Swift and The 1975 frontman Matty Healy are reportedly ‘no longer romantically involved’

Their rumoured relationship was only ever "casual" anyway, apparently.

Emily Sergeant Emily Sergeant - 6th June 2023

Taylor Swift and Matty Healy are apparently “no longer romantically involved” with each other, according to reports.

Although, as fans will tell you, it was debatable if they ever even were to begin with.

The American global pop megastar and The 1975 frontman have each been in a number of high-profile relationships throughout their musical careers, but no relationship seems to have attracted the pair more media attention than when they were romantically linked with each other.

Swift and Healy have been pictured together multiple times in recent months, sending their millions of fans into frenzy.

But reports have emerged today in US outlet People, as well as in TMZ and from a number of other prominent sources, that they are “no longer romantically involved” with each other, and that the relationship was only ever “casual” anyway.


“She had fun with him, but it was always casual. They are no longer romantically involved,” the source told People.

Social media had been awash with fans speculating a relationship between the pair after Swift called it quits with long-term boyfriend, Joe Alwyn, back in April.


The 33-year-old multi GRAMMY and BRIT Award-winning singer-songwriter is currently performing in major cites right across the US as part of her sold-out ‘Eras Tour’, while the hugely-successful Manchester band have just finished their own massive UK tour, and are now doing the rounds on the summer festival circuit.

The two first became publicly connected this year when The 1975 brought Swift out as the special guest at one of their O2 Arena gigs in London back in January.

As well as the pair being seen and pictured on several occasions leaving venues together, and supposedly – and pretty cryptically – sending messages to each other on stage via songs, Healy also gave a surprise performance at Swift’s show in Nashville last month, where he appeared on stage alongside musician and mutual friend Phoebe Bridgers, who was supporting Swift.


Although, as we’ve obviously established, no relationship was ever confirmed between the pair.

Swift is to continue on with the sold-out US leg of her ‘Eras Tour’ – which broke the record for most concert tickets ever sold in a single day – until 9 August, before heading down for several shows in Mexico and South America.

She has also just announced that the next re-recording in her ‘Taylor’s Version’ catalogue will be her 2010 album, Speak Now – which is set for release on 7 July.

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The 1975, on the other hand, are set to make a highly-anticipated homecoming return as headliners of Manchester’s Parklife Festival this weekend.

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