Abigail Breslin disses Taylor Swift, Carrie Underwood comments on genre swap!

by Emily H
Taylor Swift at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show last year
Taylor Swift at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show last year

Another day, another Taylor Swift story.

Abigail Breslin got the rumour mill into overdrive yesterday when she appeared to throw a little shade at Taylor Swift on her official Twitter page.

The actress appeared to use Swift’s own lyrics to call her out, tweeted “‘Cuz darling I’m a nightmare dressed like an emotionally unstable cat lady,” a spin on Swift’s ‘Blank Space’ lyrics “Darling I’m a nightmare dressed like a daydream.”

Swift is obviously famous for her love of cats, often tweeting and Instagramming pics of her adorable kitten Meredith.

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After her apparent diss pretty much blew up the internet, Breslin clarified her comments on the social media site this morning. “My tweet earlier quoting a Taylor Swift lyric was me saying I AM AN EMOTIONALLY UNSTABLE CAT LADY. NOT TAYLOR. JSYK. [sic],” she tweeted.

Phew! So, unlike Katy Perry, it looks like there’s no ‘Bad Blood’ here.

Someone else who reportedly had issues with Swift in the past is Carrie Underwood.

Though Underwood denied the apparent feud in an interview with Robin Roberts, Us Weekly reported last year that the two “hate each other” and always go to great lengths to avoid each other when they attend the same events.

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But almost two years later, it seems like the two blonde beauties have put any negativity behind them, as the ‘Something In The Water’ singer is coming out in Swift’s defence after she was ridiculed for leaving country music for pop.

When asked about Swift’s genre jump, the country singer, who is expecting her first child in Spring, commented; “Everybody kind of has to find their own way, that’s just their own journey and path that they’re on.” She also clarified that she’s not planning on following in the ‘We Are Never Getting Back Together’ singer’s footsteps, revealing that “[Country music] has always been [her] home and [she] definitely can’t see that changing.”