On Saturday, Matt Healy carried out together with his band the 1975 at BBC Radio 1’s Massive Weekend in Dundee, Scotland, and whereas he didn’t point out Taylor Swift by title, he did allude to their romance whereas onstage—or at the very least to folks’s curiosity about their relationship.
Simply earlier than beginning the band’s set, Healy stated to the gang, “Is all of it a bit? Is it honest? Will he ever handle it? All of those questions and extra shall be ignored within the subsequent hour. Girls and gentleman, that is the 1975.”
It was reported this week by The Solar that Healy and Swift’s relationship is progressing very quickly and that he’s even contemplating shifting into her house.
“He and Taylor are so cherished up and wish to spend as a lot time collectively as they’ll,” a supply instructed the British tabloid. “Matty has already instructed the 1975 staff that he’ll be doing all of the band demos in America for the foreseeable [future]. He’ll work on his elements for his or her collaboration whereas she is on tour and has scheduled time to attend choose reveals to collect inspiration for her subsequent album.”
In the meanwhile, Swift and Healy are every touring behind their very own materials and allegedly making time to fulfill at any time when they’ll. Swift is on her Eras Tour and performed a present in East Rutherford, New Jersey, this previous Saturday. Healy has been noticed at different stops on Eras’ North American leg—like Nashville, the place he even took the stage in the course of the opening act to carry out with pal Phoebe Bridgers.
Earlier than she was linked to Healy, Swift dated actor Joe Alwyn for six years. They broke up earlier this 12 months. Whereas onstage in Boston, Swift additionally made feedback that appeared to be about her relationship with Healy.
“It’s insane. I type of simply really feel like telling you that I don’t know, that simply … I’ve by no means been this pleased in my life in all features of my life ever earlier than,” she instructed the viewers. “And I simply wish to thanks for being part of that. It’s not simply the tour—like, I don’t know, my life lastly feels prefer it is smart.”
Aimée Lutkin is the weekend editor at ELLE.com. Her writing has appeared in Jezebel, Glamour, Marie Claire and extra. Her first ebook, The Lonely Hunter, shall be launched by Dial Press in February 2022.