Taylor Swift's 1989 (Taylor's Version): Matty Healy and The 1975 Not Featured

Taylor Swift's 1989 (Taylor's Version) re-record is coming out on October 27, and fans are eagerly awaiting the release. However, one rumored guest artist will not be appearing on the album: Matty Healy and The 1975.

A spokesperson for Swift confirmed to Billboard that "neither Matty Healy nor [The] 1975 are on this album." This puts to rest rumors that the British band's controversial frontman would be featured on the re-worked version of Swift's 2014 album.

The pair were reportedly briefly dating earlier this year, but neither side ever officially confirmed their relationship. They were spotted leaving New York's Electric Lady Studios in Greenwich Village together in May, after Healy attended three of Swift's Nashville Eras Tour shows.

1989 (Taylor's Version) will be Swift's fourth re-recorded album, following Fearless (Taylor's Version), Red (Taylor's Version), and Speak Now (Taylor's Version). All three previous re-recorded albums spent time at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

Two tracks from the 1989 re-do have already been released: "Wildest Dreams (Taylor's Version)" and "This Love (Taylor's Version)." Swift also announced that an exclusive bonus track will be featured on the tangerine edition of the 1989 vinyl.

Fans are excited to hear Swift's new takes on her classic hits, and they're also eager to see which other artists she collaborates with on the album. While Matty Healy and The 1975 won't be making an appearance, there are sure to be plenty of other surprises in store.