Ladies and gentlemen, please WELCOME TO THE STAGE: The 1975's Matty Healy, and his fragile masculinity. Well it turns out poor Matty can't quite deal with strong, independent women - because he reckons dating the infinitely more successful Taylor Swift would have been 'emasculating'. Perhaps we should all tweet him telling him how big and manly and famous he's looking these days. Eye-rolling so hard your eyeballs feel like they might fall out?
I think we saw in the finale that they obviously have feelings for another.
Whether they’ll act on those feelings or not, we’ll have to wait and see.
TVLINE I don’t think a mother-daughter relationship is ever fully closed, as long as both parties or living.
And even then, there’s all kinds of psychological scarring.
A lot of stuff went down."And Alberghini put it best: "Some of it will come out and s--t's going to go down!
But he's in this relationship with Gabby [Erinn Westbrook] and at the end of season four, he doesn't know that Gabby was sensing him moving towards Jenna and her feelings were hurt, so she hooked up with his best friend Jake.
That is, if the bride decides she actually wants to go through with the wedding after all, since Tamara (Jillian Rose Reed) only accepted the hot Marine's proposal thinking he'd ship off somewhere and they wouldn't actually make it down the aisle."In typical Tamara fashion, she's very caught up in planning the event, she's very task-oriented and she sometimes uses that as a method of denial," Chessler says. We don't know."And Reed isn't even sure of how Tamara really feels about this quickie engagement."She's got mixed feelings for sure," Reed tells E! "She was under the assumption that this was just going to be like a little fling while he was shipped out, not a real marriage.
"She clearly got in this engagement very deep and very fast. But at the same time, this is also Tamara planning a wedding so she's going all out.
"So the one time I did have a flirtation with a girl it ends up going everywhere," he began.
"It's not really anything to talk about, because if she wasn't Taylor Swift we wouldn't be talking about her. It's just interesting to me how interested the world is about Taylor Swift."Then asked if he has a fear of losing himself when he enters into a relationship, Matty replied: "Yeah. And the reason I mention that is because if I had gone out with Taylor Swift I would've been, 'Fucking hell! It must be hard to have such a delicate sense of self-worth that relies so heavily on outdated gender norms.
If there were real feelings, well, that's what we'll have to wait and see."While Mirchoff and Davern's friendship is closer than ever in real life, they're both worried for their onscreen counterparts if Matty ever finds out about Jake and Gabby's hookup. It could end forever.""They might very well never speak again if this ever gets out," Davern agrees, adding, "I think Jake has to figure out why this even happened. He was upset from his Northwestern rejection, he'd had a few beers, he saw Gabby and she was looking good…in the back of his head, I think he's still looking through Jenna's glass doors watching Matty and Jenna hook up [back in season two].