Taylor Swift and Adele's fans were left shocked after a rumor about the singers' collaboration emerged.

On July 2, a fan account named "The Swift Society" started the buzz on Twitter. The account shared an alleged screenshot from the Society of European Stage Authors and Composers (SESAC), showing how Swift and Adele worked together to co-write and register "Broken Hearts."

The same song received an alternative title, "Shattered Hearts."

An article posted by Elle supported the rumor and confirmed that the song's registration truly occurred.

But E! News immediately received an update from an unnamed source who debunked the alleged collaboration between the two powerhouses.

According to the news outlet's source, the reported collaboration is not true at all. Vulture launched a SESAC search to confirm it and found nothing in return.

A Swift-Adele collaboration could have broken the "Rolling In The Deep" hitmaker's hiatus. Adele has not released any music since her 2015 album, "25."

Meanwhile, the "Love Story" singer has been releasing music despite the pandemic. In fact, she released the Grammy recipient album "Folklore" she worked with her boyfriend, Joe Alwyn.

Where is Adele?

While Swift never left the spotlight, Adele has been taking a break from the stage for years now.

She recently appeared in a video as part of the Grenfell Tower fire's fourth anniversary. On Grenfell United's YouTube video, the singer delivered a statement about the incident while the victim's family started working on campaigns for a safe home.

"Today marks four years since the Grenfell Tower fire, and still, there are so many unanswered questions," the 33-year-old singer said. "Still, the trial is taking way too long, and still, no one has been accountable for that night's events."

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She also applauded Grenfell United's efforts to seek justice and change everyone in the country deserves.

Adele took her chance to thank everyone for setting aside their pain to fight with their whole hearts. She continued to sympathize with them, saying that the tragedy surely brought fear to everyone.

To conclude her message, she told people how much she hopes the truth to finally be out soon.

The singer also made an appearance in the West London area where she was seen hugging and offering support to the local community and individuals.

Adele's kind words resonated with Meghan Markle's project last year, the Food For London Now.

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