Taylor Swift attends The 1975 gig after 'exchanging numbers' with frontman Matt Healy

by hellomagazine.com

Taylor Swift has sparked rumours that she could be dating The 1975 frontman Matt Healy after attending another of their concerts in New York.

The singer was seen dancing with Victoria's Secret Angels Lily Aldridge and Martha Hunt on a balcony at the gig, which was held at New York City's Terminal 5 on Thursday night.

In a picture posted of the trio on Instagram, the 24-year-old simply wrote: "I'm in love with @marhunt and @lilyaldridge".

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Taylor Swift attended the gig with Victoria's Secret Angels Martha Hunt and Lily Aldridge

Taylor has made no secret of her love of the British band, having shared pictures and videos of herself singing along at their show with friends Selena Gomez and Ellie Goulding in November.

Taylor captioned the video with a lyric from The 1975's single, The City: "Yeah you wanna find love? Then you know where the city is."

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Taylor went to another of Matt's shows with friends Selena Gomez and Ellie Goulding



The singers have also both shown their mutual support by stepping out in each other's band t-shirts. Matt wore a top emblazoned with 1989 album cover for a recent gig, while Taylor showed off her official The 1975 tank last month.

Matt has done little to play down the rumours, as he revealed that he had exchanged numbers with the American singer.

In an interview with Australian radio show Shazam Top 20, he said: "I met Taylor Swift that was really nice. We exchanged numbers. Let's see what happens. I mean bloody hell, what am I going to do? Go out with Taylor Swift? She's a sensation, I wouldn't say no."

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Matt wore a Taylor Swift t-shirt on stage at a recent show


Taylor has not yet addressed the rumours, but did reveal earlier this year that she hadn't dated at all since splitting from her last boyfriend, Harry Styles, in 2012.

In an interview with Rolling Stone magazine, the singer said: "People are going to feel sorry for me when you write that. But it's true.

"I feel like watching my dating life has become a bit of a national pastime. And I'm just not comfortable providing that kind of entertainment anymore. I don't like seeing slide shows of guys I've apparently dated."