Taylor Swift and Katy Perry announced the end of their feud a year ago, when Perry sent Swift a literal olive wreath and note that Swift shared on her Instagram Story ahead of her Reputation tour. The two haven't really said much about each other since (although Perry kind of awkwardly answered a question about whether she'd collaborate with Swift in March) but yesterday, they signaled that yes, there really is no more bad blood; in fact, they're now supporting each other very publicly. The moves were subtle on both their social media but hey, baby steps.
Perry was the first to make a move, liking a photo Swift posted of her and her new cat Benjamin Button on her Twitter. Taylor Swift fans were quick to notice she liked the shot.
Then after midnight, Swift added Perry's new single "Never Really Over" to her Apple Music playlist:
Could it be a sign the two could ultimately do a duet or some sort of Easter egg pointing toward this? (Swift does love her Easter eggs.) Maybe, maybe not. When Perry was asked if she'd work with Swift at the iHeartRadio Music Awards, she said she was "open" to it.
At this point, Swift has not released a track list for her upcoming album yet (nor has she confirmed the album's name, although she more or less revealed to fans that based on the Easter eggs she dropped, it's Lover.) She will be performing next at Wango Tango on Saturday.
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