Singers Katy Perry and Taylor Swift have been working on their ongoing feud for quite some time now. And this time, Perry would like to have her move by reportedly planning to diss Swift during her performance.
On Sunday, Feb. 1, 2015, Perry is about to perform for the halftime show of the 2015 Super Bowl, which will be held at the stadium of the University of Phoenix in Glendale, Arizona. According to a source for HollywoodLife.com, Perry is planning something that will make a direct hit on Swift.
“[Perry] wants to make a statement with her performance and show that she is the biggest female act in the world and she wants to show that to everyone including Taylor, who she has a feud with. In Katy’s eyes, no one can compete on her level,” the insider told HollywoodLife.com.
With regards to her jab on Swift, the source said that Perry is working on either a visual- or a lyric-related jab while onstage. Definitely something we should watch out for.
On the other hand, what other plans does Perry have on her sleeve in preparation for her Super Bowl performance aside from her supposed plans on dissing Swift?
According to Mirror, Perry has enlisted the help of Pharrell Williams, whom Perry is a big fan of. As of the moment, Perry’s people are still negotiating with Williams’ side. Although it is believed that Williams will pull through despite his already busy schedule.
Perry and Swift have reportedly been at odds with each other since Swift’s interview for the Rolling Stone magazine in September 2014. Swift revealed that she hit a “frenemy” through her song “Bad Blood.” Sometime after the story was released, Perry posted on her Twitter account, “Watch out for the Regina George in sheep’s clothing…”
Watch out for the Regina George in sheep's clothing…
— KATY PERRY (@katyperry) September 9, 2014
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