Lady Gaga And Katy Perry Promote Twitter Peace Between Little Monsters And KatyCats

Lady Gaga and Katy Perry promote peac between their fans on Twitter

Lady Gaga and Katy Perry bury the hatchet that may never have existed. COOL!

If we’ve learned anything from those douchebags with megaphones who shouted “DUMBLEDORE DIIIIIIIIIES!” as they drove past us waiting in line at the “Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows” midnight book release, it’s that jerks sometimes win. That’s basically the only explanation we can think of as to why the tabloids have kinda succeeded in making the whole Lady Gaga/Katy Perry “feud” a thing in the first place. (We guess Britney Spears vs. Christina Aguilera is FINALLY over… OH, WAIT.) Well, whatever truth lies behind the supposed rivalry, the VMA performers finally took to Twitter to put those rumors to rest. For the pop-obsessed, this is our #TreatyOfVersailles. Soak it in, y’all.

Check out Lady Gaga and Katy Perry’s historic fan base peace treaty after the jump.

This past Saturday, Mother Monster shot out this 140-character missive of sanctuary for all music fans, regardless of Stan affiliation — and, being the gentlewoman that she is, the “Roar” singer retweeted it! This is so life-affirming. Not since Xtina wished B-Spears a happy birthday two years ago can we remember being so touched by two divas reaching across the aisle for the greater good. Besides, even the most ardent Gaga stan probably has “Firework” stashed away in their “DEFINITELY NOT KATY PERRY DON’T LOOK” playlist, and vice versa with Katy’s followers and “Edge Of Glory.”

This majestic armistice followed an earlier, more lighthearted exchange between the two:

What, lighthearted exchanges can totally involve vengeful threats of shovel-based violence! Besides, if these guys didn’t want to get smacked over the head by a Lady Gaga or Katy Perry-swung shovel, they shouldn’t have tried to leak “Applause” or “Roar” early. (No, seriously, read the fine print. We’re pretty sure they’re contractually obligated to do so every time a leak occurs.) Anyway, the point is that a) one pop star told another with whom she’s supposedly feuding that she cannot wait to hear the other’s new song, and b) peace treaties may now be exclusively penned on Twitter from here on out. In either case, the world as we now it is forever changed.

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