According to Andy Grammer, it’s time for Katy and Taylor to let it go. When the singer stopped by the set of Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen last night, Tuesday, October 3rd, Grammer explained that it’s time for their bad blood to disappear.
When Cohen asked him if he thinks they’ll ever drop their issues, Grammer appeared hopeful. He claimed, “Man, I hope so. There’s no reason for all that. I mean, I’m sure there’s a reason for it, but at this point. Let it go!”
In July of 2015, Swift kicked off her 1989 World Tour in Chicago and invited Andy to perform on the track, “Honey, I’m Good.”
However, Grammer wanted to note that just because they sang a song together, it doesn’t mean he’s an official member of “Team-Taylor. ” He conceded, “I don’t think I’m in her squad but she’s been really sweet to me.”
On the other side of the feud, Perry seems to be in a position where she wants to let bygones be bygones. During a chat on SiriusXM’s The Morning Mash Up in August, she claimed she wanted the “beef to end.” But according to the “Swish Swish” singer, she “hasn’t heard anything of it.”
When she was in Australia in July, Perry said she “always loved Taylor,” despite their differences. However, Taylor has been relatively quiet regarding her feud with Katy.
The last time the “Look What You Made Me Do” singer spoke of it was in 2014 when she claimed an unknown artist stole her background dancers. However, she didn’t even mention Katy’s name; everyone just assumed Swift was referring to Perry. A source revealed back in May that Taylor was tired of the drama. “Taylor just wants to stop talking about it; she doesn’t care, and never has. She wishes people would just forget about it so she can move on with her life.”