You know the tradition — a New Year’s kiss at midnight means a year of luck in love. Will Taylor and her crush Matt seal the deal with a sweet midnight kiss this New Year’s?HollywoodLife.com has the scoop!
Taylor Swift, 25, has made 2014 about her massive music career, putting her love life on the back burner for now. But will 2015 be her lucky year for love? She’s had her eyes on Matt Healy, 25, and HollywoodLife.com can tell you EXCLUSIVELY on whether or not Matt will be her midnight kiss!
Taylor Swift’s New Year’s Eve Kiss: Will She Kiss Matt Healy?
Sorry Taylor and Matt fans! It looks like Taylor won’t be sharing a romantic kiss this New Year’s Eve.
“The only people that Taylor will be kissing at midnight is a family member, a fan, Ryan Seacrest, her cats or nobody,” a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY.
“She is meant to be on stage counting down with Ryan and she will not be caught dead kissing Matt or any guy she is involved with on TV,” our source continues.
Taylor and Matt will reportedly not spend the holiday together. While you can catch Taylor on the annual NYE special, Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve with Ryan Seacrest, Matt is “getting ready for his overseas tour” and wants to “lay low.”
But hey, just because Taylor may be kissing her cats over Matt, a kiss is a kiss, and we have high hopes that 2015 will be a lucky year in love for the “Blank Space” beauty!
Orlando Bloom & Taylor Swift To Date? Ed Sheeran Wants It To Happen
Taylor’s close friend Ed Sheeran, 23, has high hopes for Taylor and The Hobbit hunk Orlando Bloom, 37, to get together. Ed thinks that Taylor and Orlando would make the cutest couple, according to Now Magazine.
“He’s lovely, and they live in the same building,” he told the outlet. “[I’m hoping that] the magic might present itself eventually.”
Oo la la! Could a little midnight magic happen between Tay and Orlando since they live so close?
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Who do you think should be Taylor’s midnight kiss? Vote in our poll and drop a comment below!
— Julianne Ishler, Reporting by Russ Weakland