This past weekend, Matty Healy raised the question many were asking during his recent public appearance with Taylor Swift. The 1975 frontman ambiguously addressed the situation on stage at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend festival in Dundee, Scotland, on Saturday (May 27).
“Is that all?” he asked the crowd — not defining exactly what “it” is, but possibly referencing the widespread nonsense that he might be dating Swift. “Is it honest? Will he ever address it?
Healy quipped, “All these questions and more will be ignored for the next hour.” “Ladies and gentlemen, it is 1975.”
Before Healy got back on the road with The 1975, she was seen at Swift’s dates on The Eras Tour in Nashville and Philadelphia, where she showed her support for the “anti-hero” star from the VIP tent and joined the opener. seen to happen. Phoebe Bridgers on guitar. She wasn’t seen at her Foxboro, Massachusetts, concert afterward, but on May 20, Swift — who last dated Joe Allen for six years — gave her fans a somewhat cryptic life update: I’ve just never been this happy, ever, in my life, in all aspects of my life,” she said from the stage, adding, “It’s not just the tour, I just feel like my life finally feels like it.” is understandable.
Outside of The Eras Tour, on May 16, Healy and Swift were seen leaving Electric Lady Studios in New York City together, hours after reportedly seen near his apartment. As the two left the studio to reach a car waiting for them outside, Healy instructed Swift to walk past the gathering of fans with a hand on Swift’s lower back.
A few days before that, the singers were photographed dining, and possibly holding hands, at Casa Cipriani in New York City. Mutual friend and colleague Jack Antonoff joined them for dinner.
And during Swift’s May 5 concert in Nashville, eagle-eyed fans watched as she uttered the words “It’s about you.” You know who you are. I love you” from the stage during a performance of “Cardigan”. Interestingly, Healy said the exact same thing at her concert two days earlier.
Watch a clip of Healy speaking to listeners at Radio 1’s Big Weekend Fest below.