Billboard's first Woman of the Decade award recipient Taylor Swift has reportedly flown to Panama to be with Joe Alwyn, her beau of five years, following the success of her re-recorded "Red" album, which included the 10-minute version of the song, "All Too Well."

A source told E! News that the "Lover" hitmaker, 31, visited the Cannes Chopard Trophy winner on the set of "The Stars at Noon," which is based on a novel written by Denis Johnson. The project only began production in October.

In the 1984 Nicaraguan-set romantic drama, Joe is an English oil businessman who is a client of a headstrong American journalist turned prostitute played by "Maid" star Margaret Qualley.

Recently, Qualley teased that the cast was in South America after sharing pictures of what appeared to be tropical birds on her Instagram, "'Bird pride' for my dad. And then this little guy was sweet too. Panama. Stars at Noon."

The movie's director, Claire Denis, also posted images of Panama's flag hanging alongside a city sidewalk.

The 30-year-old Englishman replaced "Rocketman" star Taron Egerton in the film adaptation after leaving due to personal reasons, according to the Daily Mail.

The original pick for the project, "Twilight" alum Robert Pattinson, withdrew his commitments on the movie following delays on "The Batman" filming brought by the pandemic. 

The shoot also explains Joe's absence during Swift's "Saturday Night Live" appearance as a musical guest, where she received support from friends, such as Selena Gomez and power couple Blake Lively and Ryan Reynolds, Elle noted.

Blake and Ryan also helped her promote her "I Bet You Think About Me" music video, which was directed by the "Lady Killer" star. Taylor's ex-boyfriend-turned-friend Joe Jonas and his Swiftie wife Sophie Turner were also on "SNL" to show her some love. 

Reports suggest that Taylor and Joe began seeing each other in 2016 but would only be noticeable the following year. Since then, the couple has continued to keep their relationship as private as possible. 

The pair previously collaborated on Swift's "folklore" and "evermore" albums, where Joe was credited under the pseudonym Willaim Bowery for co-writing some of her songs, including "exile," "betty" and "champagne problems."

Taylor Swift and Joe Alwyn Reports suggest that Taylor and Joe began seeing each other in 2016 but would only be noticeable the following year. Since then, the couple has continued to keep their relationship as private as possible.  Jackson Lee/Getty Images