20 March, 2018
She denied it and added: "You do something, there's going to be a reaction, and trust me daddy, there's going to be a reaction". One thing is definitely clear though, they will never stop trashing each other.
For anyone who needs a refresher on the feud that has shaped the last few years, Taylor and Katy fell out over a disagreement about back-up dancers, and their spat has spiraled into social-media shade, sly lyrics, and some all round toxic bad blood.
The hopeful said: "I'm sorry for this Katy - Taylor Swift", acknowledging the two stars' feud. Perry has gone back and forth saying "Swish Swish" is about Swift and if she is over their bad blood or not.
"Oh, you don't have to be sorry at all". This isn't the first time that Katy has spoken about her support of Taylor's songwriting, and it's possible that she genuinely meant what she said.
Man arrested after bomb threat shuts down SXSW concert
Austin has witnessed four parcel explosions so far this month, with the last one taking place shortly after Ingram's arrest. The cancellation was due to the latest bomb threat following an increase in recent bombings in the area.
Oakland Raiders to Trade Cordarrelle Patterson to New England Patriots
A person familiar with the deal said Sunday the deal will become official after Patterson passes a physical. His career average of 30.2 yards per return ranks second all-time to Hall of Famer Gale Sayers' 30.6 mark.
Slain Rio councilwoman was voice of favelas' voiceless
Franco, 38, was born and raised in a network of favelas, or slums, called Mare, one of the city's most violent areas. State and federal law enforcement agencies have announced investigations into the killing of Franco.
Katy Perry didn't miss a beat, although her tongue got a little tied as she talked.
While Taylor didn't name her rival, many fans think she is referring to Katy Perry in both the interview and in the song.
It makes no sense to look for what is right or wrong but it is vital to know if the gesture was welcomed or had been forced upon someone because it is a form of sexual assault and if we're supposed to move towards equality we need to look at both sides of the gender.