Taylor Swift And Kanye West: A Lesson In Forgiveness

Swest have made up.

In case you missed it, Taylor Swift and Kanye West were spotted together at the Grammys on Sunday night. Yes, the two former beefing beefers are no longer, um, beefing anymore, and, based on this photo, it looks like they might even be friends?


The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards - Backstage & Audience

But things weren't always this hunky dory. Remember when Kanye interrupted Taylor's Best Female VMA acceptance speech back in 2009 because he felt Beyoncé was more deserving?

"I'mma let you finish..."

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2009 MTV Video Music Awards - Show

Kanye eventually apologized in a sarcasm-soaked blog post.

“I’m sooooo sorry to Taylor Swift and her fans and her mom,” he wrote. “I spoke to her mother right after and she said the same thing my mother would’ve said. She is very talented! I like the lyrics about being a cheerleader and she’s in the bleachers! I’m in the wrong for going on stage and taking away from her moment!

“Beyoncé’s video was the best of this decade!!!! I’m sorry to my fans if I let you guys down!!!! I’m sorry to my friends at MTV. I will apologize to Taylor 2mrw. Welcome to the real world!!!! Everybody wanna booooo me but I’m a fan of real pop culture!!! No disrespect but we watchin’ the show at the crib right now cause … well you know!!!! I’m still happy for Taylor!!!! Boooyaaawwww!!!! You are very very talented!!! I gave my awards to Outkast when they deserved it over me … That’s what it is!!!!!!! I’m not crazy y’all, i’m just real. Sorry for that!!! I really feel bad for Taylor and I’m sincerely sorry!!! Much respect!!!!!”


The next year, Taylor took the VMA stage barefoot, singing "Innocent," a song presumably about West.



The 57th Annual GRAMMY Awards - Backstage & Audience

Now, well, we don't really know what happened that made Kanye and Taylor want to reconcile. Whatever the case, we're OK with it.