Pink, who was in London to headline the Saturday night act of the V Festival held in Essex (Hylands Park), granted an interview with London's Kiss FM late last week.
During the questioning, the "Blow Me (One Last Kiss)" singer was asked which side she took in fellow pop idols Katy Perry and Taylor Swift's three-year feud, and Pink admitted where her allegiance lies.
"Taylor, is that OK?" she answered, and then as an afterthought added, "You can't win no matter what you say, anyway. Everyone wakes up offended."
Pink knows a thing or two about pop star feuds. She's called a truce on her own with singer Christina Aguilera.
That all started back in 2001 when the gals were recording "Lady Marmalade" for the theme of Moulin Rouge!, and Christina was to be given the most vocally impressive section. Pink audibly made her objections known.
Their feud heated up when Christina used the same producer - Linda Perry - that had helped move Pink to a more rocky and raw sound (Pink wasn't happy about sharing her transformer).
There were little jabs and smears through the years, but the ladies finally seemed to make up in 2016 when they worked together on The Voice.
It could have fallen apart again this year, as the 2017 VMAs is prepped to present Pink with its Video Vanguard Award. Peeved that Pink is being rewarded, some of Christina's fans have clapped that Pink's award is for being Christina's backup singer on, what else, "Lady Marmalade."
Pink smartly laughed it off, adding that sorry - she and Chistina have made amends, despite other people's desire to keep pop stars at each other's throats.
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