Heavily pregnant Katy Perry is all set to welcome her first child and is nothing but excited to embrace motherhood. While the singer is expecting soon, she opened up about her feud with Taylor Swift. As we all know about Taylor Swift’s feuds with Kanye West, the singer also had a feud with Katy Perry at one point of time, until Perry extended an olive branch in 2019. Now, in a recent interview, the pregnant singer revealed how she and Swift are super friendly now and spoke about their patch-up. Read On
While Katy Perry and Taylor Swift have buried the hatchet, in an interview, on The Howard Stern Show, sharing about her feud with Swift, the pregnant singer said, “Gossip and lies, they take the elevator. But truth takes the stairs... Time will tell my story.” As Katy shared about her feud with the Red singer, she then continued, "What I'm so grateful for is that we did get to make up and we made up publicly to be an example of redemption."
Apart from talking about her patch-up with Swift and how she is grateful for making up with her, Katy Perry also spoke about how it’s hard for young girls growing up with cliques, high school, pettiness and the other stuff. She said, “It's hard for young girls grown up, [with] cliques and high school and pettiness and all that stuff, so now we're super friendly and I've always wanted the best for her and we can talk about the best we want for each other.”
Meanwhile, Katy Perry and Taylor Swift just want the best for each other and the 35-years-old singer has made that clear. On the other hand, Katy Perry is enjoying her time during pregnancy and constantly shares pictures on her social media as well. The singer is expecting her first child with actor Orlando Bloom and is all set to embrace motherhood. Also Read: Jennifer Aniston To Be Godmother To Katy Perry-Orlando Bloom's Baby? Singer Calls It A ‘Fun Rumour’
Image source: Instagram/ Katy Perry, Taylor Swift
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