The long-standing feud between Katy Perry and Taylor Swift divided their respective followers for the higher a part of a decade. Those identical followers, it seems, impressed the 2 pop stars to fix fences.
In a Wednesday look on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” Perry opened up about her much-ballyhooed beef with Swift, which dates again to 2012 and apparently started over a disagreement about backup dancers. The origins of that battle, she instructed the host, had been a easy “misunderstanding.”
“We made amends,” Perry stated. “We have such big groups of people that like to follow us, so they kinda started turning against each other a little bit, too.”
She continued, “I’m all about redemption and forgiveness and for setting an example for those younger people that it can be cool to, you know, ask for forgiveness and confront someone you may have an issue with.”
The two stars captured their eventual truce for posterity in Swift’s “You Need to Calm Down” music video whereas dressed as quick meals merchandise. Prior to the June launch of the video, nevertheless, Perry had signaled a cease-fire when she shared a photo of cookies made by Swift with the phrases “Peace at Last” drawn in crimson icing.
The desserts had been a very becoming gesture, as Perry stated she and Swift “have so much in common.”
“There’s probably only 10 people in the world that have the same things in common [that we do],” she added.
Later within the interview, Perry gushed over her fiancé, Orlando Bloom, whom she described because the “kindest soul” and “an encouragement spiritually, emotionally and physically.”
The pair’s relationship has “definitely matured” Perry in some ways, too.
“I used to not wake up until, like, 11 a.m.,” she defined. “Now I’m in bed like a normal person at 10 p.m. … I guess this is adulting! That’s why I still dress like a child, to fight against [it]!”
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