Karlie Kloss and Taylor Swift Reunited Publicly for the First Time in Forever

Selfie = solution.

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Karlie Kloss and Taylor Swift have been known for their tight-knit friendship (opens in new tab) throughout the years, but they haven't been spotted together in public together for a while—sparking feud rumors. However, the friends put the rumors to rest when Kloss posted a selfie of them together at Taylor's Reputation concert in Nashville over the weekend.

"No one puts on a show like @taylorswift 🎤✨ #ReputationTour Nashville was out of this world, I am SO proud of you," Kloss captioned the photo (opens in new tab).

Feud rumors ignited after Taylor left the newly-engaged model's name off of her “Junior Jewels” t-shirt (opens in new tab) in the "Look What You Made Me Do" video. Fans also speculated that Kloss shaded Swift with a hashtag (opens in new tab) on one of her Instagram posts, which apparently referenced one of Katy Perry's singles. (Perry and Swift have been feuding (opens in new tab) for years. If there's a will, there's a shade, according to the internet.)

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Karlie and Taylor first met at the 2013 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, and have kept their friendship pretty low-key the past year, leaving fans to wonder if there's still a friendship at all. However, let's not forget that Taylor took a complete hiatus from the public in 2017 while making her controversial Reputation album (opens in new tab) and started dating boyfriend Joe Alwyn (opens in new tab). Meanwhile, Karlie has been traveling (opens in new tab) and recently got engaged to her longtime boyfriend, Josh Kushner (opens in new tab).

Whether the friends actually had a feud or not, it's safe to say the air is now cleared. Looks like there may be a wedding invite in the mail for Taylor (opens in new tab), after all.

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