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Taylor Swift and Matt Healy have 'broken up' after a month of 'dating'

Taylor Swift and Matt Healy have 'broken up' after a month of 'dating'

It looks like their short-lived romance wasn't meant to be.

Taylor Swift and Matt Healy have reportedly gone to splitsville.

The duo set social media on fire after images started circulating of them together.

It was only a few weeks after Swift broke up with her long-time boyfriend, Joe Alwyn, and The 1975 frontman was seen at her concerts and even going into her New York City apartment.

However, it seems like their short-lived romance was not to be.

Insiders have been talking to entertainment outlets that they have decided to part ways after only seeing each other for a month.

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A source close to one of them told ET: "Taylor and Matty broke up. They are both extremely busy and realized they're not really compatible with each other.

"Taylor's friends want what's best for her and aren't shocked that their relationship fizzled out since she recently got out of a long-term relationship."

While another explained to PEOPLE: "She had fun with him, but it was always casual. They are no longer romantically involved."

The Daily Mail says Swift recently performed in Chicago and her voice started to waver during an emotional breakup song.

The outlet reported that the pop superstar was performing 'I Don't Want To Live Forever' and appeared 'close to tears'.

Things became particularly touchy when she sang the line: "Wondering if I dodged a bullet, or just lost the love of my life."

Many fans have been looking into Swift's performances on her Eras Tour to see if she's making subtle references to what's happening in her life.

Some thought she was referring to her breakup with Joe Alwyn when she changed the setlist for her shows in Arlington, Texas on March 31, April 1 and April 2.

Instead of performing ‘Invisible String’, she sang ‘The 1’, with the former being a story about two soulmates while the latter focusing on a lost love.

In ‘Invisible String’, the Grammy-award winning artist sings: “Time, mystical time/Cuttin’ me open, then healin’ me fine/Were there clues I didn’t see?

“Isn’t it just so pretty to think/All along there was some/Invisible string/Tying you to me?”

Meanwhile, ‘The 1’ – which serves as the opening song on Folklore - is about a relationship that didn’t work out.

“But we were something, don’t you think so?/Roaring 20s, tossing pennies in the pool/And if my wishes came true/It would’ve been you,” Swift sings.

“In my defence, I have none/For never leaving well enough alone/But it would’ve been fun/If you would’ve been the one.”

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Topics: Taylor Swift