'American Idol' Contestant Awkwardly Brings Up Taylor Swift to Katy Perry

'American Idol' Contestant Awkwardly Brings Up Taylor Swift to Katy Perry

First, she made the media rounds for falling down and accidentally flashing the other judges Lionel Richie and Luke Bryan. "I love her, as a songwriter, as well", she stumbles.

"I just want to tell anyone that regardless of anything you have been through, always follow your dreams", White said through tears after his audition.

But even if they won't be BFFs in the future, Katy insisted to the contestant that she remains a huge fan of Swift as an artist: "Oh, you don't have to be sorry", she replied.

Returning to the present-day, then: Perry's latest comment came following a contestant's admission on the U.S. singing show that he "loved" Swift, with the wannabe star also apologising to Perry for revealing his preference for Taylor.

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It's nice of Perry to respect Swift on a professional level, but clearly, there is no personal love between the two. We know it's early and we're sure to meet a slew of formidable contestants, but as of now, Amelia Hammer Harris has risen to the top of the charts on American Idol.

The last time Perry spoke about the drama was on Australia's Today Show saying, "I love her, I always have".

The two singers have been feuding since Swift called Perry an enemy in a 2014 interview with Rolling Stone. People on Twitter seem to think this awkward new clip as a sign that the feud isn't over, but hey, at least Perry likes Swift as a songwriter??

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