TAYLOR Swift's boyfriend Matt Healy was caught swooning as he watched her perform onstage in Nashville on Saturday.

It comes after The Sun exclusively revealed the singer's new romance with the Brit rock star just weeks after her split from boyfriend  Joe Alwyn, 32.

Taylor is currently starring in The Eras Tour, which started in March and will be on until August.

Over the weekend 1975 star Matty, 34, was one of those watching in the crowd in the VIP area alongside Taylor's friend Gigi Hadid.

Matty looked in high spirits as he listened to her voice and watched her performance with his eyes closed and hand on his chest.

A day after the news, The Sun revealed that Taylor and Matty will confirm their relationship on stage in Nashville.

Over the weekend Matty jumped on stage during her US show as they each said ‘I love you’ in videos.

Rocker Matty jetted miles to reach Nashville in time for the tour dates, which saw him take to the stage with support act Phoebe Bridgers, 28.

Matty jumped on stage to join Phoebe, wearing a long-sleeve black top with a skeleton design.

He played guitar as she belted out her lyrics, before giving him a quick peck on the cheek as a thank you.

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Days before, on May 3, he appeared to make a sweet tribute to Taylor during the band's emotional song, Robbers.

Dressed in a smart suit and oozing his effortlessly undone-chic style, he mouthed during an instrumental: "You know.

"I love you," before taking a swig of drink.

Meanwhile during Taylor's song Cardigan this weekend, she returned the favour.

Again, during, a piano section, she mouthed: "This one is about you.

"You know who you are.

"I love you," before sweeping her blonde hair sexily over her shoulders.

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