Katy Perry would collaborate with her former friend Taylor Swift, according to People magazine. The 31-year-old “Roar” singer has just touched upon her two-year long feud with the pop superstar and even agreed to collaborate with her under one major condition.
It seems like Katy Perry and Taylor Swift still haven’t settled down their feud, and it appears that the “Rise” singer is the one who expects the apologies to fix the bullet holes.
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Katy Perry took to Twitter this past weekend to answer some of her fans’ questions. One of her 92.6 million followers asked if the singer had plans to collaborate with Taylor Swift. And the “Dark Horse” singer gave a rather unexpected response.
As it turns out, Katy Perry is ready to let go of all the hard feelings and even record music together if the “Bad Blood” singer “says sorry.” Perry and Swift, who had been friends before they started the feud in 2014, rarely speak out publicly about their bad blood.
And the origins of their feud remains somewhat a mystery, although Swift revealed in her interview with Rolling Stone that their feud wasn’t about a guy, and it had something to do with “business.” That same year, Swift said her song titled “Bad Blood” was about an unnamed former friend who betrayed her. Many people think she was clearly talking about Katy Perry.
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In her interview with Rolling Stone, the “Bad Blood” singer admitted that she was never sure if she was ever friends with Katy Perry.
“She would come up to me at awards shows and say something and walk away, and I would think, ‘Are we friends, or did she just give me the harshest insult of my life?'”
And then Swift continued that Katy Perry did “something so horrible” that she immediately knew it: they were just “straight-up enemies.” It also looks like Swift recently started another feud with her ex-boyfriend, Calvin Harris.
Just like in Katy Perry’s case, the feud had business origins, even though there were some heartbreak feelings attached to it. The dispute started when it was reported that Swift was actually behind the lyrics for Harris’s summer hit, “This Is What You Came For” featuring Rihanna.
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In one of his tweets, Harris said he wouldn’t allow Swift to “bury” him like she did it with Katy Perry.
“I know you’re off tour and you need someone new to try and bury like Katy ETC but I’m not that guy, sorry. I won’t allow it.”
But Katy Perry and Harris are not the only celebs on Swift’s enemies list, as rapper Kanye West still remains one of her top “enemies” in the entertainment world. In fact, her feud with the “Famous” rapper has recently reignited, but the “Blank Space” singer hasn’t given her comments yet.
Katy Perry recently moved an Orlando shooting survivor to tears, according to Time magazine. The “Roar” singer surprised Tony Marrero, who survived June’s massacre in one of Orlando’s gay nightclubs, and the man couldn’t control his emotions.
During last week’s The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Marrero showed up to share how he is recovering after the brutal shooting, but that wasn’t the only highlight of his appearance on the daytime talk show.
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Marrero was shot four times in the nightclub during the shooting on June 12, and he had previously revealed that he was able to recover thanks to listening to Katy Perry’s hit song “Rise.” And the “Rise” singer herself decided to surprise her fan by joining him on stage.
Katy Perry and Marrero exchanged a tearful embrace before chatting, and the singer was generous enough to even pay the tuition for the Orlando shooting survivor’s first year of film school.
“And I heard that you want to go to film school, so I personally want to pay for your first year at film school.”
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