Katy Perry and Taylor's feud continues

Jay Jacobs
August 27, 2017

You'll remember that Tay's "Bad Blood" music video, which was aimed at Katy, featured a guest list of famous actresses and supermodels. Throughout the whole video, we see all sorts of Space Jam-esque imagery, like Perry being suspended in the air for a jump-ball, or launching herself 30 feet above the rim for an emphatic dunk. But with the release of the video-which both briefly prolongs the lifespan of "Swish Swish" and signals that the end is near-it's still worth ruminating on the whole saga, a freakish and memorable faceplant by a one-time Teflon pop artist whose career had up to this point been a smooth ascent to the top with an extended ride at cruising altitude.

The song comes just over a week after the singer scored a court victory against a radio DJ whom she accused of groping her bare bottom while posing for a photo with her in 2013. The trouble is that Katy's team, the Tigers, SUCK, while the Sheep (a bunch of muscly body builders) are fantastic. Katy Perry, with whom Swift has been in a years-long feud, is hosting the VMAs. Meanwhile, Terry Crews and Molly Shannon are the coaches.

But after a motivational speech from Nicki Minaj Katy's Tigers are ready to kick some Sheep butt. So the Tigers take her advice and get it together-except for the big woman, who I swear to God eats a quesadilla.

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In the music video, audiences will be able to spot a wolf mascot with a sheep on top of it.

Kanye and Taylor first started feuding in 2009, when the rapper stormed the stage at the MTV Video Music Awards during her acceptance speech to insist that Beyonce should have won the prize instead. The timing of this is too impeccable, as it nearly coincides with the release of Taylor Swift's new single, "Look What You Made Me Do".

The song, featuring rapper Nicki Minaj, is the latest single from Perry's fifth studio album "Witness". Whether or not I'm a Swiftie, that is definitely an idea I'd get behind, because it looks like all of this high school drama between Taylor and Katy isn't doing good things for either of their careers.

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