Katy Perry excited fans after revealing she is open to the possibility of collaborating with former rival Taylor Swift. "I am so honored", she said in a video tribute before a pre-recorded performance of her new single "Needy".
When asked about rumours that she might eventually make music with the Look What You Made Me Do songstress, Perry coyly suggested that collaboration was a possibility.
The singer received one of the biggest awards at the 2019 iHeartRadio Music Awards and, as she took the stage, Taylor Swift made sure to deliver a very empowering speech that was meant to completely shot down her haters while praising her fans and showing them a lot of gratitude.
This year's iHeartRadio Music Awards marks the first awards show in a long time in which both Perry and Swift were in attendance, and it comes a little less than year after they publically buried the hatchet.
The duo reportedly fell out after three backing dancers left Swift's Red Tour early to join Perry's Prism trek in 2014.
"You guys were the reason why this tour-you're the only reason why this tour-wasn't a massive failure and why it ended up being the highest-selling tour in US history-that's you", she said. Perhaps a reflection of her happiness with boyfriend Joe Alwyn?
Her pop rival subsequently shared a video of herself receiving the gesture on Instagram. "I love your passion, I love your attention to detail, I love how much you care".
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