Amid rumors of a romantic involvement between Taylor Swift and Matty Healy, the frontman of the 1975 was spotted attending her Eras Tour concert in Nashville. The 34-year-old British musician was seen in the audience during the show on Friday, May 5th at Nissan Stadium, capturing photos of the Grammy-winning artist while standing among other fans in the floor section. Healy appeared comfortable and relaxed in a dark t-shirt. There have been reports circulating this month that Swift has started dating Healy after breaking up with Joe Alwyn, who is 31 years old. However, neither Swift nor Healy has addressed the recent speculation, although Healy confirmed in November 2022 during an appearance on Kroq's DTS Sound Space that they wrote a song for Swift's 2022 album Midnights, which was ultimately not released. It remains to be seen if there is any truth to the rumors of a romantic connection between the two musicians.
As reported by Us last month, Taylor Swift and the Conversations With Friends actor had ended their six-year relationship. However, the "Teardrops on My Guitar" artist has been handling the breakup well and has been optimistic about her future, according to an exclusive source who spoke with Us Weekly in April. Swift believes that everything happens for a reason and is staying busy with her Eras Tour, finding comfort in her group of close friends. This tour marks her first live concert series in four years, after her Reputation tour in 2018.
During her performance of a rotating setlist of her greatest hits on Friday, Swift included "Sparks Fly" in her acoustic section, announcing that her re-recorded album, Speak Now, would be released this summer. The inclusion of the single served as her announcement for the upcoming album.
Swift shared the news via Instagram later that night, saying, "It fills me with such pride and joy to announce that my version of Speak Now will be out July 7 (just in time for July 9th, if you know, you know 😆)." She added, "The songs that came from this time in my life were marked by their brutal honesty, unfiltered diaristic confessions, and wild wistfulness. I love this album because it tells a tale of growing up, flailing, flying and crashing...and living to speak about it. With six extra songs I’ve sprung loose from the vault, I absolutely cannot wait to celebrate Speak Now (Taylor’s Version) with you on July 7th."