Taylor Swift sends cookies to Katy Perry as peace offering

    Could the “Bad Blood” between the pop megastars be over?

    Taylor Swift Katy Perry make peace cookies
    Taylor Swift and Katy Perry at 2011 American Music Awards. Image: Lester Cohen / WireImage

    After five years and two diss tracks, Taylor Swift and Katy Perry seem to have finally buried the hatchet—all thanks to a plate of cookies.

    Last night, Perry took to Instagram with evidence of Swift’s peace offering: a plate of cookies with the words “Peace at last” and two peace symbols drawn on the plate in red icing. “Feels good 🧡,” the pop star added in a caption, tagging Swift and geo-tagging the post to a ‘location’ called “Let’s Be Friends.” See it below:

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    feels good 🧡 @taylorswift

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    Though seemingly close in the early days of their careers, the pair reportedly fell out over a trio of dancers who left Swift’s Red tour to join Perry on her Prismatic world tour.

    The spat apparently became the basis for Swift’s 1989 single “Bad Blood.” Perry would respond in kind a couple of years later with her own diss track, “Swish Swish,” featuring Nicki Minaj, who’s also beefed with Swift in the past.

    But over the past year, the frosty relationship between the duo started to thaw: Last May, Swift posted on her Instagram Stories a hand-written note, as well as a literal olive branch, sent by Perry during the former’s Reputation tour.

    Both artists have recently put out new music: Swift released “Me!,” her collaboration with Panic! at the Disco’s Brendon Urie, in April, while Perry released “Never Really Over” late last month.