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Published on 31 Aug 2015 | over 2 years ago

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All chill was completely lost when Nicki Minaj brought out Taylor Swift during her performance and we’ve got all the details right here on Trophy Life.

The feud heard around the world played out beautifully on the VMA stage when Nicki Minaj performed with Taylor Swift.

No, hell has not frozen over. But Nicki and Taylor did set the record straight once and for all that there is no bad blood between them. Mid song while singing “The Night is Still Young,” Nicki declared peace by bringing Taylor out on stage.
Nicki was sitting atop her thrown when she summoned T-Swift down the stage to perform a duet that served as a metaphorical peace treaty for their alleged feud surrounding the vma nominations.
After singing in tandem for “The Night Is Still Young,” Nicki and Taylor playfully gave each other the side eye before breaking out into Bad Blood. Because ratings.

The whole thing was pretty genius actually. Between the walk around and the angry eyes at each other, Nicki and Taylor played their roles very well but when the song came to a close it was clear that there is nothing but love between these two, which they sealed with a hug.
So what did you guys think of Nicki bringing out Taylor? Let us know in the comment section below, don’t forget to subscribe to Clevver News, and then click right over here to check out a recap of the show’s best moments. Thanks for checking in with Clevver’s Trophy Life, I’m Jake Whetter and I’ll see you next time.

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