After a nearly five-year feud, singers Taylor Swift and Katy Perry are ready to put their differences aside.
On Tuesday, Swift, 28, shared an Instagram Stories clip of a good luck card she received from Perry, 33, on the opening night of her “Reputation” stadium tour. Enclosed along with the note was an actual olive branch, officially ending the pop duo’s long-simmering rift.
“Hey old friend,” the note appears to read. “I’ve been doing some thinking on past miscommunications and feelings between us and wanted to clear the air.” The words “deeply sorry” are visible as well.
“Thank you Katy,” Swift captioned the video, adding a double-heart emoji.
Swift and Perry were once friends, and exchanged happy tweets. However, their feud goes back to 2014, when Swift told Rolling Stone magazine that her new song “Bad Blood” was inspired by a female artiste who had stabbed her in the back.
Perry had hit back with a track titled “Swish Swish”, and also addressed her issues with Swift during a 2017 “Carpool Karaoke” segment with James Corden.