By: Cole Delbyck
She is Katy Perry, and hear her roar.
The pop star took to Twitter on Thursday night to set the record straight about a alleged romantic tryst between her rumored boyfriend, Orlando Bloom, and Selena Gomez. The two were spotted "neck-nuzzling and embracing" with one another last Saturday in a Vegas nightclub after Gomez's performance.
But according to Perry, there's seems to be no bad blood between them. The "Teenage Dream" singer shared an article written by Bloom (Lego-yaaaaas) about the education crisis in the Ukraine on her Twitter page, imploring readers to contribute to something positive and "#dontfeedthebeast."
Gomez quickly retweeted Perry's post and added a "praise" emoji, likely indicating that there's more to the story than meets the eye. Or, in Katy Perry speak.
Later than night, Gomez shared another tweet to seemingly address the situation and simultaneously promote dance track "Kill Em With Kindness" off her most recent album.
#killemwithkindness - one day they'll get it lol," she wrote.
It turns out the cryptic tweet Perry shared earlier on Thursday, linking to Peggy Lee's ballad of disappointment, "Is That All There Is?," might not have been in reference to KaSeOr (Katy, Selena, Orlando, c'mon, catch up!) after all.
Let's just all be thankful this didn't happen to Taylor Swift. We don't think there are enough models left in the world to populate a "Bad Blood" sequel.