Jun 4, 2023 | 11:24am
Matty Healy is back to his old ways.
The 1975 frontman, during his romance with Taylor Swift, kissed a male security guard on the lips during a concert in Denmark earlier this week.
The singer, who is notorious for flirting with strangers during her band’s shows, previously said she stopped kissing fans out of respect for the “Style” singer.
But on Friday, while performing the group’s hit “Rovers,” at the 2023 Northside Festival in Eskelnden, Healy took a knee to share an intimate moment with the staff.
Interaction fan video It shows the guard smiling happily and throwing his hand in the air after kissing the rock star.
The crowd cheered as Healy, 34, pulled in a security guard with a bottle of champagne and shared another brief hug.
Back in January, the “Hearts Out” singer told concert-goers that she would stop practicing flirting with fans because Swift, 33, would join her on stage.
Healy: “I never kissed anyone in front of Taylor Swift, just be respectful.” I said then.
“Those things don’t happen in front of the Queen.”
Three months later, after her split with Joe Alwyn came to light, the “Chocolate” musician sparked rumors of a romance with the “Cruel Summer” singer.
A source confirmed Healy’s affair with Swift’s The Sun, and just weeks later Healy was spotted attending her shows in Nashville and Philadelphia.
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The Briton was also photographed watching a performance with Swift’s father Scott before rushing into his New York City apartment a few nights later.
“I couldn’t be happier,” the “Love Story” singer, who is currently playing a sold-out US show on the Ellas Tour, told fans.
“I just want to say… I’ve never been happier in any aspect of my life,” she said during a concert last month.
“And I just want to thank you for being a part of it. It’s not just the tour. I feel like my life is finally making sense.”
Healy also released a remix of “Karma” with rapper Ice Spice, but recently issued a half-baked apology after a string of racist remarks on a podcast he guest-starred on.
During a February episode of The Adam Friedland Show, He laughed when Friedland and co-host Nick Mullen called the musician an “Inuit Spice Girl” and a “chubby Chinese woman.”
“I feel a little sick and I’m sorry if I offended you. I’m sorry Ice Spice.” Healy said during a concert in April.