There's no more Bad Blood between Taylor Swift and Katy Perry

This is the friendship upgrade we love to see!
ByJulianne TolentinoWednesday , 17 July 2019
There's no more Bad Blood between Taylor Swift and Katy Perry
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There hasn't been any shortage of drama when it came to the overly-publicized Katy Perry vs. Taylor Swift feud.

The feud started around 2014 when Taylor released her hit song 'Bad Blood,' an emotion-filled single that had coded lyrics pointing to her intense dislike for pop-singer Katy Perry.

Swift wasn't too discreet with the diss either, even revealing that her song was indeed about a female artist who "tried to sabotage" her tour by buying her back-up dancers.

Many fans also speculated that the heat between Swift and Perry was because of boy problems as it was known that they both dated John Mayer but Taylor clarified that the reason was a lot deeper than that.

But even long-running drama and on May of 2018, Perry made the first move to end the feud with Taylor Swift by sending her a handwritten note and a literal olive branch -her way of making peace- on her Reputation Stadium Tour.

And so finally, the long-awaited reconciliation between the two megastars was announced when Katy posted a picture of a plate of cookies with 'peace at last' written on the plate using frosting.

Perry captioned the photo with: "peace at last" and tagged Swift, officially announcing that the singers are friends again!

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The pop singers put the cherry on top when Perry appeared on a cameo for Taylor Swift's 'You Need To Calm Down' music video. It was about time!

Just yesterday, Katy Perry spoke about how she made up with Taylor Swift during an interview on Australian breakfast radio's The Kyle & Jackie O Show. Katy said she hopes that she and the 29-year-old singer have set an example for others on how to move on from constant clashing.

The star went on to say that the two then exchanged numbers and started texting each other more often, forming a friendship based on “trust”.

”I can trust her, and she can trust me,” she said, “and we’ll see each other in the halls of the music industry and not avoid each other. We’ll embrace." She said.

”It’s amazing that we’ve had this opportunity to change, and I hope that other people can learn from it, too.”

Aww, good for them! We hope to see more heart-warming moments between the two.

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