Katy Perry’s people discuss THOSE retaliation song rumours

OK, say what? 

The internet went into a flurry earlier this week, when it was widely reported that Katy Perry was quietly planning to get her own back on former BFF, Taylor Swift.

Her means of revenge? A song aptly entitled 1984 – something which could only be, it was construed, a reference to Tay-Tay's hit 2014 album, 1989

But this morning, Ms Perry’s managers have thrown us a curve-ball; namely that there is NO 1984 song in the pipeline. 

Talking to E! her people say that the story is totally fake and that Katy had no involvement in writing, recording or registering the song.

That's told us, so.

In the aftermath of the mix-up, we're wondering if a reconciliation could now be on the cards for the former besties? If nothing else, surely by now the row has run its course.

To recap: the feud between the superstars has been going on for close-to two years and in that time they've both strongly alluded to (albeit without explicitly stating anything), the falling-out in interviews and on Twitter.

Though Katy might be feeling a little raw still. After all, it's not all that long ago that Ms Swift was gathering up some Hollywood heavyweights to help her make a point via her scathing Bad Blood video.

As we previously reported, a source close to 30-year-old Ms Perry said she felt the video "was a little desperate”.

Apparently the one-time wife of Russell Brand also thought that TayTay “tried too hard". 

Let’s just hope for Katy’s sake that she didn’t take the celeb appearances in the video too personally. Otherwise her Hollywood friends list is going to become a whole lot shorter.  

 

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