Signs The Feud Between Taylor Swift And Olivia Rodrigo Was Never Serious

Olivia Rodrigo and Taylor Swift’s relationship definitely wasn’t strained at the 2024 Grammys. Although we weren’t blessed with a shot of them interacting, they publicly supported each other. When Rodrigo took to the stage to perform her smash hit “Vampire,” many audience members silently vibed to the track but Swift stood up through the entire thing and enthusiastically sang along, according to a video shared by Variety to X, formerly known as Twitter. And, when Rodrigo’s performance concluded, she received a standing ovation from Swift too. 

In another video, Rodrigo blew a kiss to someone in the audience, and some mistakenly believed it was directed at the “Lavender Haze” singer. But others quickly pointed out that Rodrigo was actually showing some love to her mom, who was later seen returning the kiss from the front row. The “Good 4 U” hitmaker also got up on her feet to support Swift after she bagged the award for Best Pop Vocal Album. And, in another clip posted to X, Rodrigo was spotted cheering Swift on after “Midnights” won the coveted Album of The Year award. 

What makes the moment even sweeter is that Rodrigo was nominated in both categories herself but remained happy about Swift’s victory. Fans were equally pleased that the two singers had cleared the air in such a subtle but effective fashion. Many tweeted that there was no dispute to begin with, and social media denizens had created one by looking into things too deeply. Others opted to use the videos whenever their supposed beef was brought up in an argument. 

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