Katy Perry and Taylor Swift officially bury the hatchet

Katy Perry And Taylor Swift Fuel Collab Rumors With A Cryptic Cookie Post

Katy Perry has fuelled rumours of an impending collaboration with Taylor Swift by sharing a picture of a plate of cookies apparently baked for her by the singer. On top of that, the phrase "peace at last" is written in frosting on the plate of cookies. She shared the image with the caption "feels good", tagging Taylor Swift on Instagram. The geotag on the picture read "Let's Be Friends" - leading to fans speculating that an upcoming duet between the former rivals could be called Peace at Last or Let's Be Friends.

The Instagram comes just weeks after fans noticed that Swift had added Perry's new song Never Really Over to her personally curated Apple Music playlist.

In 2014, in an interview with Rolling Stone, Swift explained the drama behind her song Bad Blood.

Swift, for her part, left a comment with exactly 13 (her fave number, duh) pink heart emojis, which, knowing Taylor, may be an easter egg of some sort. I was like, 'Oh, we're just straight-up enemies.' And it wasn't even about a guy!

The two pop stars have feuded for years after Taylor claimed Katy stole three of her backing dancers from her Red tour. And I'm surprisingly non-confrontational - you would not believe how much I hate conflict.

Past year many speculated that Perry's single "Swish Swish" was about Swift, and Perry confirmed the backup dancers story during a "Carpool Karaoke" appearance with James Corden.

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