A High-Profile Summer Fling
Taylor Swift, a 12-time Grammy-winning artist, and Matty Healy, The 1975’s frontman, have ended their brief but talked-about summer romance. The 33-year-old “Anti-Hero” singer and the 34-year-old musician were the talks of the town for the past few weeks, but insiders confirm to PEOPLE that the relationship was never meant to be serious. “She had fun with him, but it was always casual,” one source informed, further explaining that the relationship was non-exclusive and without any drama. Swift and Healy, friends since 2014, were linked romantically in early May, shortly after Swift’s split from actor Joe Alwyn, her partner of six years.
Amicable End to A Whirlwind Romance
Despite the excitement, the Swift-Healy relationship ran its course. This doesn’t mean that their connection has soured. A second source elaborates, “There is no drama, and who knows what could happen again. It was a good time and ran its course.” When they weren’t busy on the road, the duo was spotted together in New York City, sharing moments at the Electric Lady recording studio and members-only club Zero Bond. Their romance was very much alive at Swift’s concerts in Nashville and Philadelphia, where Healy was present, even mingling with Swift’s father, Scott. Despite their breakup, Swift and Healy continue to remain friends. “Taylor and Matty still care for one another, but they are in the middle of world tours, so they are both incredibly busy. They’ve been friends for years and are still friends,” a third source adds. They have both decided to return to being friends with no complicated issues at play.”
A Resilient Swift Concentrates on Career Highs
Regardless of the emotional rollercoaster, Swift continues to reach new career heights. Her Eras Tour is achieving record-breaking success, and she recently announced the first international dates. Swift’s latest album, Midnights (The Til Dawn Edition), tops the Billboard 200 chart, featuring three new tracks, including a remix of “Karma” featuring Ice Spice. The artist also plans to release Speak Now (Taylor’s Version), featuring collaborations with Fall Out Boy and Hayley Williams, next month. During her concert in Foxborough, Massachusetts.
Emotional Performance Following Breakup News
Swift was seen getting emotional during a recent stop on the Eras Tour, performing “I Don’t Wanna Live Forever” on the piano, right before the news of her and Matty Healy’s breakup became public on Monday, June 5. However, it’s important to note that the emotion behind her performance could have been triggered by a multitude of factors, including the general sentiment of the song itself.
Swift Remains Unfazed and Resilient
Despite the emotional display, a source told Page Six that Swift is not overly upset about the end of her fling with Healy. The insider quipped, “She will not be writing albums about this one. It was a summertime thing.” They further added that Swift, known for her impactful and often personal songwriting, is often speculated about by the press when it comes to her relationships.
Onwards and Upwards
With her focus on her ongoing tour and multiple projects, Swift continues to thrive despite personal setbacks. Her breakup with Healy, as sources suggest, is merely another chapter in her life that’s turned the page, making way for the next one to unfold. Swift continues to dominate the charts with her latest album and her ongoing Eras Tour. The emotional performance during her concert is speculated to be related to her recent breakup. Swift remains unfazed by her split with Healy, focusing on her flourishing music career. Indeed, the artist known for her heartfelt ballads and candid lyrics seems to have her focus fixed firmly on the horizon, undeterred by the waves that occasionally rock her personal life. With her stellar career trajectory, the narrative surrounding Swift continues to be one of strength, resilience, and an unyielding dedication to her art.