Fake Taylor Swift And Matt Healy Dating Stories Exposed
After Matt Healy confirmed earlier on Monday what Gossip Cop has been reporting for some time, that he and Taylor Swift are not dating, we thought we’d take a look back at some of the manufactured stories written about them. As noted earlier, Healy said in an interview with Australia’s 2Day FM, talk of a romantic relationship between him and Swift is “all fake. It’s all bloody fake. It’s all a farce.” He said they causally “exchanged numbers” and have even spoken “occasionally,” but “there’s no, like, relationship or anything happening… It’s funny how people really, really buy into that.”
And so, let’s laugh along with Healy at some of the flagrant lies made up about him and Swift. On December 10, the serial fabricators at HollywoodLife squealed that the “sweetest thing ever” is how, when “Swift and her man Matt Healy are apart, they send romantic notes to each other via cell phone.” The webloid’s fictitious source added that “she likes sending him voice notes back,” but since they are often in different parts of the world, due to professional obligations, “the moments they do get to share together are so sweet!”
A couple of days later, while no one else was reporting Swift and Healy were dating, HollywoodLies, er, HollywoodLife exclaimed, “Things seem to be heating up between Taylor Swift and The 1975’s Matt Healy.” Oh, do tell! The webloid reported that he would be at Z100’s Jingle Ball for Swift performance. For the record, he was not there nor did he share a New Year’s Eve kiss with Swift, despite the often inaccurate site’s “exclusive” claim that they would.
Again, while no one else saw a budding romance, HollywoodLife noted at the time that “it’s pretty obvious that Taylor and Matt have great chemistry. And they look so adorable together.” The webloid even editorialized, “We totally love how Taylor, 24, and Matt, 25, continue to support each other during their various commitments. It shows how much they truly care about each other.”
Frankly, watching HollywoodLife make up story after story about celebrities and then watch their lies unfold before them, sort of make us cringe in embarrassment for them. Sadly, HollywoodLife’s stories are like a tiny pair of underwear. They’re made of whole cloth, but no matter how much they wiggle around and try to stretch them, there just isn’t enough there to cover their ass. Do you agree with Healy about how “funny” these fake romance stories are?