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TRENDING: Taylor Swift and Matty Healy seemingly mouth secret message to each other during shows

By Melanie Uson Published May 07, 2023 12:31 pm

Did Taylor Swift and The 1975's Matty Healy hint at a collaboration—or their budding romance?

The two further fueled dating rumors after being noticed mouthing the same "secret" message at their own concerts: “This is about you. You know who you are. I love you."

“Starting to feel like I'm in a documentary. What are you planning, Taylor Swift and Matty Healy? This is not normal behavior,” a Twitter user wrote. 

According to their fans, Taylor uttered the words before she sang one of her hit songs Cardigan, while Matty did so during his About You performance at his Manila concert that took place on May 3. 

While some thought they sneakily addressed the dating rumors with their viral move, others saw it as a hint at a new collaboration. One Twitter user said: "[T]his is a pr move, he’s on the vaults. the collab is coming. y’all stay with me."

The musicians first sparked dating rumors on May 4, when The Sun exclusively reported that an insider “close to Taylor” revealed they are “madly in love with each other.” 

“It’s super-early days, but it feels right. They first dated, very briefly, almost ten years ago but timing just didn’t work out,” they said, emphasizing that there was “no crossover” with Taylor’s previous relationship with actor Joe Alwyn.

The rumored couple has been busy with their respective concert tours, so they have been reportedly FaceTiming and texting each other to keep in touch.

This comes nearly a month after Taylor’s reported breakup with Joe in early April after being together for six years. According to Entertainment Tonight, their breakup was “amicable” and “not dramatic.”

Matty, meanwhile, called it quits with singer-songwriter FKA Twigs in June after a three-year relationship. He was previously linked to model Charlotte Briar d’Alessio.