Katy Perry is prepared to end feud with Taylor Swift on one condition

  • Katy Perry suggested her willingness to bury the hatchet with frenemy Taylor Swift on one condition
  • When a fan asked on Twitter about the possibility of a Katy-Taylor collab, Katy replied “If she says sorry, sure!”
  • The two pop stars has been on a long-standing feud since 2010

Could the bad blood be finally over? Katy Perry revealed during a Twitter Q&A that she is prepared to bury the hatchet with her biggest frenemy Taylor Swift on one condition — The Bad Blood singer has to apologize.

The feud between the two pop stars dates back in 2012 when Katy reportedly stole three of Taylor’s back-up dancers from her tour.

“She basically tried to sabotage an entire arena tour. She tried to hire a bunch of people out from under me. I know people will make it this big girl-fight thing. But I just want people to know it’s not about a guy.” Taylor said in an interview, clarifying it has nothing to do with both pop stars’ past involvement in a bad romance with John Mayer.

From then on, and after their declaration of being “straight-up enemies”, a long timeline of shade-throwing and conflict ensued.

However, in a Twitter Q&A, Katy offered an olive branch to her former friend when a fan asked if she is willing to collaborate and record a song with Taylor.

Her surprising answer suggested she is prepared to leave the drama behind and be open to the idea but under one condition.

Katy tweeted: “If she says sorry, sure!”

The Twitter response sent  fans into frenzy, with Katy’s tweet being retweeted more than 22,000 times.

Earlier this year, signs of peace between the pop stars were speculated when the Roar singer invited Taylor to her pre-Grammys party, as per an article published by Daily Mail.

It’s too early to anticipate what might be the biggest collaboration in pop music since Britney and Madonna, and all it takes is an apology from Taylor — but will she go actually go through with it or is there already too much bad blood between the two to even reconcile?