Matty Healy of The 1975 won’t be featuring on Taylor Swift‘s reworked version of ‘1989‘ as per a spokesperson for the pop star via NME.
It has been noted that The 1975 singer was reported by The Sun to have contributed a collaboration with Swift to her forthcoming album ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)‘. The LP is a re-recording of the star’s 2014 release.
It had been claimed by The Sun that Swift and Healy, who dated for a couple of months earlier this year, had recorded a track together and that Swift would release the song regardless of their split.
Now, DailyMail.com has confirmed that no such collaboration will be released for ‘1989 (Taylor’s Version)’. “Neither Matt Healy nor The 1975 are on this album,” they said.
An insider had claimed to The Sun earlier this week: “They’re not even in contact any more, but there’s no hard feelings and Taylor will still release the tune. Taylor was a big fan of The 1975 way before she and Matty hooked up. The band worked with her on her ‘Midnights’ album but the songs they made never came out.