After being frequently spotted among the audience of The 1975’s concerts, Taylor Swift may have just practically shouted that she and band member Matt Healy are going out. But the romance doesn’t stop there. They even send out sweet messages for each other.
Rumors of Swift and Healy dating for months now have been popping up since she was deemed to be the band’s fan, with her watching their concerts and even sporting their band shirt. In one occasion, Healy even wore one of Swift’s shirts during a concert.
In an LA concert, Swift was able to go backstage and bond for a while with the band. “We exchanged numbers. I mean, bloody hell, what am I going to do? Go out with Taylor Swift? …I wouldn't say no!” Healy said in the Australian radio show Shazam Top 20.
But like every busy celeb, with such busy schedules and constant traveling, the celeb couple often find it hard to communicate with each other. But according to Us Weekly, Healy has been acting as the pursuing knight as he sends frequent messages to Swift. Enjoying his attention, she also replies back. And so, with their vehement thanks to modern technology, they can send love notes to one another in just a click away.
If things are already this sweet when they’re apart, how much sweeter could things get when they’re together. On Dec. 4, 2014, during The 1975’concert at Terminal 5 in New York City, Healy sang his love song “Falling for You” in dedication to Swift, who was just right over the VIP section.
“During the concert Matty dedicated ‘Falling For You’ to her. There were some boos from the audience, but Taylor was giggling like a school girl,” an insider told HollywoodLife.com
After the concert, Swift walked out with her Victoria Secret’s model friends, Martha Hunt and Lily Aldridge. Then in a little while, Healy caught up with them, and the two were seen leaving in a car together.
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