Katy Perry & Taylor Swift Declare 'Peace At Last' With Cryptic Cookie Post

Katy Perry has revealed that she received a delicious gift from her former enemy Taylor Swift.

Last year, Katy sent Taylor an olive branch as she opened a concert tour in an effort to end a long-simmering feud. On Tuesday, Perry took to Instagram to share a photo with fans that featured a plate of chocolate chip cookies that Taylor baked for her. The plate was decorated with red frosting that spelled out "Peace at last," and it was accompanied by peace signs decked in rainbow sprinkles. "Feels good," Perry captioned the post.

Perry then directly reached out to her fellow music superstar, "feels good 🧡 @taylorswift," which elicited a 13-heart acceptance from Swift, for whom 13 is a lucky number.

Swift’s sweet present comes after fans spotted her inclusion of Perry’s new single, "Never Really Over," on her Apple Music playlist in May.

Fans had long wondered about the feud between the performers, with speculation rising after Swift told Rolling Stone that "Bad Blood," a single on her 2015 album "1989," was about another female artist, assumed to be Perry.

Overjoyed fans celebrated the ongoing reconciliation as they gleefully speculated about the possibility of a collaboration between the two music superstars.

Neither the Instagram post nor the accompanying tweet mention the possibility of a collaboration, but Perry also dropped another cryptic Instagram post and tweet shortly before the Swift outreach that might cause fans to ask even more questions about future music plans. It shows the back of a postcard with the typed title of her latest single "I Guess It’s Never Really Over" and a scribbled "Check Back Soon #NeverReallyOver."

So, what could this mean? The most common theory is that "Peace at Last" might be a collaboration between the two stars that is coming out soon.

Taylor and Katy are both getting ready to release new albums after they dropped their new singles "ME!" and "Never Really Over," respectively, in the last few weeks.