As you may recall, the Watch What Happens Live host confirmed the longtime feud between theGrammy winner and Katy Perry in his new book Superficial: More Adventures From the Andy Cohen Diaries. According to Cohen, T.Swizzle was a bit shady during the Met Gala when she pretended that she had no clue who the Rise singer was. Despite asking Andy to "not to say a word" about the encounter, the Bravo guru included the moment in his tell-all!
Thus, while at the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 7 premiere party over the weekend, reporters couldn't help but ask Andy if he'd run away from TayTay if he saw her in public. The 48-year-old quipped:
The former country music DJ, who steadfastly denies he inappropriately touched Taylor, gave a tell-all interview to the station, and at one point the entire interview audio clip was posted online for listeners to hear after it aired live on the radio.
Only… now the clip is gone.
Like, totally gone.
This is the first time Mueller has publicly addressed the incident since it happened three years ago, and he came off as
The 26-year-old has already topped two of Forbes' End of the Year lists so far in 2016 — highest paid female in music and highest paid celeb under 30 — but she can officially add another superlative to her résumé: Highest paid musician!!!
According to the service provider, Taylor Swift Now will give fans a chance to catch never-before-seen music videos, interviews, and, we dunno… cat videos probs, all from the comfort of their own homes!
But in typical Taylor style, she made sure to share the news with her Swifties on Twitter — backed by her own track Welcome to New York, of course: