Taylor Swift’s fleeting romance with Matty Healy has never been anything serious—and we’re definitely not getting any love songs from that, according to a source Page Six.
“Everyone who really knew him said from the beginning it was a fun and good time, it’s going to last as long as it lasts, and it won’t matter when it’s over,” an insider told us after Monday’s breakup news. .
“It’s all stupid,” they said about the media frenzy surrounding the ex-couple.
“He’s not going to write albums about it. It was a summer event. Anyone have amnesia about Tom Hiddleston? Jesus Christ.”
An insider also stated that Swift “can’t have a good time with anyone until the press gets her to marry them”.
“Then when he moves on, they basically need to file for the divorce,” they added.
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Simply put, Swift was just looking for a fun time after her “sultry” relationship with Joe Alwin, which she broke up with in April after dating for six years.
“People were allowed to let off some steam and then plant some oats, without first claiming that he was ‘overdoing’ and then ‘breaking up’ with the man. This is not a separation. It’s a natural evolution of something fun little out of date.”
On Monday, a source told TMZ that the “All Too Well” singer is “single” again – just a month after she went public with Healy.
The couple sparked dating rumors in early May after they were spotted on 1975’s lead singer Swift’s Eras Tour show in Nashville.
In fact, the “Somebody Else” singer appeared to be friends with Swift’s father, Scott, in another of the six shows she attended.
Shortly after, the couple brought their budding romance north to New York City, where they were seen “hugging and kissing” at a members-only club.
While the two never addressed the situation directly, Healy hinted at their relationship while performing at a music festival in Scotland.
“A little bit of all? Is it sincere Will you ever handle it? asked the crowd. “All these questions and more will be ignored in the next hour. Ladies and gentlemen, this is The 1975.”
Around the same time, Swift told concertgoers in Massachusetts that she had “never been this happy.”
But the same couldn’t be said for Alwyn, who reportedly felt “humiliated” and “sorry” for acting so quickly.
Sources told the Daily Mail that the British actor “trusted” the “Karma” singer after he and Healy said they were just “friends” while collaborating on the “Midnights” album.
However, they also noted that there was no overlap between the two relationships.
Yet since their split, the “Chats With Friends” star “does her best to stay busy and focus on herself.”