Taylor Swift bravely sang breakup songs amid her and Matty Healy’s breakup Sunday night.
The “I Don’t Want To Live Forever” singer looked “on the verge of crying” while performing her 2016 single for a Chicago audience at Soldier Field, one participant tweeted on Monday.
“Are you wondering if I dodged a bullet or lost the love of my life?” The 33-year-old Grammy winner sang with a trembling voice while sitting at the piano over the weekend.
Those who went to the Eras Tour concert reacted to the emotional performance over the internet.
“Someone tells him he doesn’t have to do it himself if he’s not ready,” the Twitter user wrote. “We can enjoy change, superman, dorothea, closing and other songs (including repeats).”
Others praised Swift for not hiding her “raw emotions”, “I was there and it almost made me cry to see her so emotional.”
Another pointed Healy’s band The 1975 performed another emotional ballad, “102,” in Vienna the next evening.
“Between Taylor who looked like she was going to cry during ‘I don’t Want to Live Forever’ and Matty who played ‘102, it’s a sad time to be a fan of Taylor and 1975,” the social media user wrote.
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The singers first became romantically involved in May, shortly after the news that Swift broke up with her longtime boyfriend, Joe Alwyn.
While she and Healy have never confirmed their relationship, the two have been photographed multiple times and were even spotted kissing by an eyewitness at a Casa Cipriani date last month.
Many of Swift’s fans blasted her partner and brought to light Healy’s past controversies, including the controversial February “Adam Friedland Show” podcast episode.
On Monday, TMZ reported that the couple had said they were breaking up.
“It’s a natural evolution of a fun little thing that ends in the moment,” a source told Page Six, claiming that the actress “pulled the rest.”