Katy Perry bares her bum during insane livestream

Danny Woods
June 14, 2017

Katy Perry has responded after Taylor Swift's music was returned to streaming services on the same day her new album Witness was released.

Katy Perry changed her "Swish, Swish" lyrics said to be about Taylor Swift to something more positive.

Instead of singing the line "Don't you come for me", in the first verse, Perry sang, "God bless you on your journey, oh baby girl".

The Teenage Dream artist, speaking Saturday with Arianna Huffington, said she's burying the hatchet in her longtime conflict with Swift, which started years back when a backup dancer left Swift's tour to work with Perry.

"I won't ever understand some of those things because of who I am", she said.

"Yes, sir, I am!" she replied, "I am a feminist, and I think it's a handsome thing to want equality for all females, for all women". He also addressed ex-girlfriend Katy Perry's interview with James Corden where the pop star was "forced" to rank her exes: Diplo, actor Orlando Bloom and musician John Mayer.

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The former brunette said that her new hairdo - cut short and dyed blonde - was an effort to "be my authentic self 100 percent, so it hurts when I don't feel that I can". From her longtime feud with Taylor Swift to her ex-boyfriends' manhoods, she discussed everything in front of the cameras.

Katy has never publicly stated that the song is about Taylor, rather saying it's about haters trying to keep you down. Many speculated that the decision was made as a subtle dig against Perry, possibly the latest development in the pair's long-rumored conflict.

In 2014, she dated Diplo for a short period, and she dated Mayer for three years until they broke up in 2016.

"No one wants to have sex with me now!" she cries out after dropping the knowledge, causing fedora-capped neckbeards everywhere to crack their knuckles before sliding into those DMs.

To which Perry quipped: "Oh are they?" before adding that singer Josh Groban wins and revealed that her hit "The One That Got Away" was about him.

"I've had an unfortunate incident near my hoo-ha", she told the crowd.

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