Within minutes of its release on Friday, fans took to social media to rave over the song and its accompanying music video, calling it "pop perfection," "pure art" and the 34-year-old singer's "best song in years." Even celebs jumped on board, including Taylor Swift, who added the track to her "Playlist by ME!" on Apple Music.
Fans of both artists were quick to notice the playlist addition, and also pointed out that Perry "liked" Swift's most recent tweet, which was a pic of her new cat, Benjamin Button. Swifties and KatyCats have been swarming Twitter ever since to express their thoughts on these two making it clear their rumored feud is far behind them.
"Taylor Swift and Katy Perry supporting each other is literally the best thing that ever happened to me," one fan wrote, with another adding, "Legends supporting legends. I can die happy now."
Perry seems to be all about spreading good vibes, peace and love with her new "Never Really Over" era. The track shared the same release date with a few other songs and EPs from female artists, like "Press" by Cardi B and "She Is Coming" by Miley Cyrus, and Perry took to Twitter to let it be known there's no competition, just love.
"Thanks for the love y’all and congrats to all the wonderful new music out by so many talented goddesses: @MileyCyrus @iamcardib @Camila_Cabello @rosaliavt @ToveLo @charli_xcx @BebeRexha," she gushed.