In a new interview, Taylor Swift has announced she is “never going to talk about” Katy Perry — despite the fact that Swift is the one who first made headlines by mentioning her falling out with a fellow pop singer in the first place.
Swift made news in the early promotion of her most recent album, 1989, by telling Rolling Stonethat her song “Bad Blood” was about a fellow female music star who “did something so horrible” to one of her arena tours; internet sleuths quickly deduced that the song was about Perry hiring Swift’s backup dancers out from under her. Perry’s Twitter riposte at Swift as a “Regina George in sheep’s clothing,” as well as the fact that “Bad Blood” sounded a bit like a Perry track, helped.
Swift’s pattern in using her disdain for Perry to promote her material is hardly new. Once again…
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