One of the biggest stories of the 2010s was the feud between Katy Perry and Taylor Swift, but the singers want to sing a different tune this decade.
"Gossip and lies, they take the elevator, but truth takes the stairs," Perry, 35, said Tuesday on Sirius XM's "The Howard Stern Show."
"What I'm so grateful for is we did get to make up publicly and got to be an example of redemption for young girls," she continued.
The "Firework" singer also noted the double standard with how the media can focus on negativity when it comes to her and her fellow women, bringing up how "you never see articles about Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber in a fight."
"It's hard for young girls, growing up [with] cliques and high school and pettiness and all that stuff," she added. "So now we're super friendly and I've always wanted the best for her and we can talk about the best we want for each other."
The pop stars, arguably two of the biggest women in the music industry, had been at odds since a 2014 Rolling Stone profile in which Swift, 30, said she and an unnamed fellow female artist were "straight-up enemies."
Perry, just the next day, seemed to confirm Swift's interview was about her, infamously tweeting: "Watch out for the Regina George in sheep's clothing."