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Katy Perry Joins Former Frenemy Taylor Swift in ‘You Need to Calm Down’ Music Video

By Ryan Naumann

Taylor Swift’s new music video for “You Need to Calm Down” had no shortage of celebrity cameos with Ryan Reynolds, RuPaul, the cast of Queer Eye and even her former frenemy Katy Perry showing up.

The singer dropped the first music video off her upcoming seventh album “Lover,” on Monday morning. Swift and friends are seen living their best life in a colorful trailer park.

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Throughout the Pro-LGBTQ, many angry protestors (think the Westboro Baptist Church) try to interrupt the fabulousness going on -- but with no success.


The video features cameos from everyone including RuPaul, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, “Pose” star Billy Porter, Adam Rippon, Adam Lambert, Ellen DeGeneres, Ciara and even Ryan Reynolds.

The entire Queer Eye cast including Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness, Karamo Brown, Tan France and Bobby Berk all made appearances.


The best is the end with Katy Perry dressed as a hamburger and Swift as French fries at a “Pop Queen Pageant” who come together and hold hands.

The “American Idol” judge and Swift only recently ended their years-long feud.

Swift posted a photo showing Perry sent her a package with a card that read, “Hey old friend, I've been doing some reflecting on past miscommunications and ... feelings between us. I really want to clear the air ... I'm deeply sorry ... "

The two were rumored to have started fighting in 2013, when Perry was accused of poaching several of Swift’s backup dancers for her tour.

Both singers would go on to throw subtle shade at the other with Swift striking first with her hit “Bad Blood."

To prove that the past is definitely behind them, Perry also posted a recent photo, confirming the peace treaty between the two stars.

The cameo in the music video is not the first time “Modern Family” star Jesse Tyler Ferguson has supported Swift, with him making an appearance at her surprise show at The Stonewall Inn in NYC over the weekend.


Swift even had a message at the end of her music video, revealing a title card that read "Let's show our pride by demanding that, on a national level, our laws truly treat all of our citizens equally."

She also asked her fans to sign the petition for Senate support of the Equality Act.

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