By Isabel Jones
Jun 13, 2017 @ 12:15 pm

Katy Perry’s weekend of unrestrained live streaming has sadly come to an end, but we learned a lot from the pop star in those strangely candid moments.

One of them? (We’ll ignore the ex ranking, for now.) KP seemed to initiate a burying of the hatchet with Taylor Swift. During an interview with Arianna Huffington, Perry noted that that she’s ready to forgive and forget. "I forgive her, and I'm sorry for anything I ever did, and I hope the same from her, and I think it's actually ... I think it's time,” the singer said of Swift.

This is major news in itself, but the plot thickens …

In the finale to Perry’s four-day live stream, the sequin-covered Witness singer held a concert in Los Angeles. When it came time for her to sing “Swish, Swish”—her latest banger, which is widely associated with Swift—Perry made a bold move we never saw coming. In place of the song’s cautionary line "Don't you come for me," the pop star reportedly sang, "God bless you on your journey, oh baby girl."

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GAME. CHANGER. Although, we must say, "Swish, swish, blessed baby girl" isn't quite as catchy as the original.

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