Katy Perry, Chloë Grace Moretz, and More React to Taylor Swift's Feud With Kim Kardashian

It's safe to say Taylor Swift has been having a pretty dramatic week. First, ex-boyfriend Calvin Harris accused her of deliberately trying to make him look bad post-breakup. Next, Kim Kardashian shared incriminating footage of Taylor on Snapchat that showed the "New Romantics" singer approving the controversial lyrics in Kanye West's "Famous" ("I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex . . . I made that b*tch famous") that she denied knowing about when the song premiered back in February. So far, quite a few celebrities have been voicing their opinions on the matter, from Taylor's loyal squad members Selena Gomez and Ruby Rose to Khloé Kardashian and longtime Taylor nemesis Katy Perry. See all of their reactions below!

Selena Gomez

Selena and Taylor have been BFFs for years now, so it comes as no surprise that the "Hands to Myself" singer came out swinging in favor of Taylor on Twitter.

Katy Perry

Although it wasn't nearly as telling as the sassy Hillary Clinton GIF she tweeted out after Calvin's Twitter rant about his ex earlier in the week, Katy vaguely hinted at Taylor and Kim's drama with a clever plug of her new song, "Rise."


Zendaya makes an appearance in Taylor's video for "Bad Blood," but it seems their friendship has fizzled. The Shade Room noted that the K.C. Undercover actress "liked" (and then un-"liked") tweets from fans about how happy they are Zendaya appears to no longer be associated with Taylor.

Chloë Grace Moretz

Chloë pleaded with her Twitter followers and members of the music industry to stop wasting their voices on "petulant and unimportant" issues.

Khloé Kardashian

Khloé has never been shy about speaking her mind and made sure to back her sister up on Twitter after the episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians aired, which also earned a nod of approval from Kourtney Kardashian, who tweeted, "If I ever need a hype man I know @khloekardashian has my back." Khloé also went after Chloë Grace Moretz — who has a tumultuous history with Kim — on Twitter, posting a graphic photo after the Neighbors 2 actress spoke out about the drama. "Is this the a hole you're referring to @ChloeGMoretz ???" she wrote, accompanied by a revealing image of a girl in a bikini. After she came under fire for the tweet, she said she's "the last person to bully" and was only trying to protect and defend her family.

Ruby Rose

Taylor's squad member Ruby Rose was quick to come to Chloë's aid on Twitter with a tweet of her own, which criticized Khloé. She followed that up with some thoughtful views about how the internet can be a "sad place."

Camilla Belle

When Joe Jonas famously dumped Taylor in 2008, it was rumored that the Jonas Brothers frontman had left her for actress Camilla Belle. Taylor channeled her anger into song when she lashed out at Joe and Camilla with her 2010 hit "Better Than Revenge." The tune features lyrics like "She's not a saint / and she's not what you think," and "She's an actress, whoa / She's better known for the things that she does /On the mattress." In an Instagram post on Monday, Camilla slyly referenced the incident with a post that starts off "no need for revenge."

Martha Hunt

The Victoria's Secret model (and member of Taylor's squad) echoed Selena's sentiment that there are "real problems" going on that people should be paying attention to, instead.

Demi Lovato

Demi didn't make a statement about the situation directly, but instead "liked" a tweet praising Kim on Twitter.

Justin Bieber

The "Sorry" singer hasn't always gotten on well with Taylor thanks to his on-again, off-again relationship with Selena, but his latest Instagram video makes it seem like he's taking a neutral stance. "Less hate, more love," he told the camera.