Taylor Swift and Katy Perry were reportedly kept apart by bosses at Sunday night’s Grammy Awards ceremony.
There has been a long-rumoured feud between the pair, and Grammy chiefs are believed to have carefully co-ordinated the seating plan to keep distance between the two superstars.
A source tell Britain’s Daily Mirror newspaper, “It’s been a nightmare co-ordinating everything so Katy and Taylor don’t cross paths at all. That means that the seating plan, backstage areas, and even the walk up to the stage at all times need to keep the girls well apart. They (didn’t) want this year’s Grammys to be remembered as the time the girls had a massive run-in.”
Swift’s song “Bad Blood,” about an industry rival, is rumoured to be a swipe at Perry, while the Roar hitmaker hinted at a feud in a tweet sent last year which read, “Watch out for the Regina George in sheep’s clothing…”
Many fans believe the Mean Girls bully reference was aimed at the Shake It Off singer.