Katy Perry Took It Upon Herself To Set The Records Straight About Taylor Swift And Her Collaboration
Katy Perry and Taylor Swift’s feud is no secret to the world. Although the air between them cleared out, the two are still not getting their heads together for the long-awaited collab. Rumors were that the former besties, after their reconciliation in 2019, will finally give fans what they have been dying for. Given that Perry had joined forces for Swift’s ‘You Need To Calm Down’ music video.
However, Katy Perry, in a recent interview, explained that she and Swift would not be collaborating soon. Even though the two are supposedly on good terms at the moment, Katy revealed that Swift would not be collaborating with her for Perry’s new song ‘Daisies.’
Katy Perry And Taylor Swift Are Back On Again However. They Won’t Be Collaborating Anytime Soon
Katy Perry and Taylor Swift were pretty much inseparable back in the day. Their friendship began back in 2008 when the two were photographed together at the MTV Video Music Awards.
The pop stars thereby became pretty close. From endless posts on Twitter and Instagram to attending each other’s birthdays and promoting their music, the two pretty much-made people jealous.
However, things started going south from when Perry began dating Swift’s ex, John Mayer. However, something still seemed normal, outwardly, between the two. Until Taylor’s background, dancers left her ‘Red’ tour to join Perry’s Prism tour. The beef between the two officially began to the extent where Swift even composed as a song titled ‘Bad Blood,’ which infers to their clash.
However, in 2019, Perry sent an olive branch to Swift and called a truce. Swift responded amicably, and thereby, the feud between them officially ended.
However, the long-awaited collaboration remains a matter or speculation since Perry revealed,
“No, it’s not correct. But the fans are excited for something like that to happen in the future, and I’m always open.”
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