Taylor Swift Admits She's 'Never Been This Happy' Amid Matty Healy Romance Rumors

While the 'cardigan' singer seems excited, some fans show their disapproval of her rumored romance with the 1975 frontman, whom many deem to be problematic by using hashtag #SpeakUpNow.

AceShowbiz - Taylor Swift is having the best feeling in her entire life. The "Anti-Hero" hitmaker gave fans an update on how she's feeling during her show in Foxborough, Massachusetts on Saturday night, May 20, marking the latest stop on her "Eras Tour".

"I kind of feel like telling you, I don't know, I've just never been this happy in my life, in all aspects of my life ever before," she revealed to concertgoers at Gillette Stadium. "And I just want to thank you for being a part of that. It's not just the tour. I just sort of feel like my life finally feels like it makes sense."

The "Look What You Made Me Do" singer went on saying, "So I thought I'd play this song, which brings me a lot of happy memories." She later treated Swifties to a surprise song, "Question…?"

Taylor's admission arrives amid her alleged new romance with Matty Healy. The 1975 singer, however, didn't seem to be present at the show, which was the second of three shows in the city.

Fans, however, apparently weren't all thrilled over Taylor's current relationship rumors. Some of them launched an online campaign asking her to distance herself publicly from her alleged new boyfriend, whom many deem to be problematic. Using the hashtag "#SpeakUpNow," they penned an open letter asking Taylor to atone for her rumored association with the rock star.

Accusing Matty of "actions [which] contribute to the perpetuation of hate, stereotypes, and objectification," the letter asked the Grammy winner to push back publicly on Matty's controversies. "While individuals have the right to make their own choices and form relationships," the letter read, "we believe that is essential for those in the public eye to take a stand against discrimination and hold themselves and their associates accountable... Staying silent about actions that perpetuate hatred and contribute to systemic oppression undermines the progress that was made towards equality and understanding."

The letter demanded "more than a simple apology" from Taylor. "Use your platform responsibly and intentionally. Advocate for inclusivity, celebrate diversity, and promote empathy and understanding. Challenge harmful ideologies and inspire followers to join you in creating a more just and equitable world," it continued.

Matt faced backlash for his bigoted and racist remarks and jokes. In a February episode of "The Adam Friedland" podcast, his friend recalled walking in on him masturbating to what Adam described as "hardcore pornography" from Ghetto Gaggers, which is a porn site known for videos featuring the humiliation and brutalization of mostly black women.

In the same episode, Matty impersonated Japanese people working in concentration camps, disparaged the indigenous Scots language while conflating it with the Scottish accent, and mocked Hawaiian, Inuit and Chinese accents in an attempt to guess Bronx rapper Ice Spice's heritage.

The British musician issued comments for the Ice Spice comments. "I don't want anything like that misconstrued to be mean," he said during a concert in New Zealand. "I don't mind being a bit of a joker... It's OK for me to be, like, a trickster or whatever, but I don't want to be seen as, like, being barmy."

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