Taylor Swift's 1989 (Taylor's Version) Re-Record Will Not Feature Matty Healy, Despite Rumors

Taylor Swift's 1989 (Taylor's Version) Re-Record: No Matty Healy, But Plenty of Other Fun Surprises

Taylor Swift's 1989 (Taylor's Version) re-recording is one of the most anticipated albums of the year, and for good reason. The original album was a critical and commercial success, and fans are eager to hear Swift's fresh take on her classic songs.

But one thing that fans won't be hearing on 1989 (Taylor's Version) is the voice of Matty Healy, the frontman of the band The 1975. Despite rumors that the two had collaborated on the album, a spokesperson for Swift confirmed to Billboard that "neither Matty Healy nor [The] 1975 are on this album."

While Healy's absence may be a disappointment to some fans, there are still plenty of other things to look forward to on 1989 (Taylor's Version). The album will feature re-recorded versions of all 13 original songs, as well as five "From the Vault" tracks that were never released on the original album.

Swift has already released two of the "From the Vault" tracks, "Wildest Dreams (Taylor's Version)" and "This Love (Taylor's Version)," and both songs have been met with critical acclaim. Fans can expect the other three "From the Vault" tracks to be just as good, if not better.

In addition to the new songs, 1989 (Taylor's Version) will also feature some exclusive Target-exclusive releases, including a tangerine edition vinyl with a bonus track and three Deluxe Poster Edition CDs with unique photos inside.

Overall, 1989 (Taylor's Version) is sure to be a must-have for any Taylor Swift fan. Even though Matty Healy won't be appearing on the album, there are still plenty of other things to get excited about.