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Madonna, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry Hug It Out at the 2015 Met Gala

Madonna, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry Hug It Out at the 2015 Met Gala


The formerly feuding pop stars share a photo of themselves at fashion's most famous ball.

Girls night out.......... Kissing the Ring........Finally! #metball

A photo posted by Madonna (@madonna) on

Fashion heals, everybody! Or, at least, it seemed that way at the 2015 Met Gala in New York City.

Madonna shocked fans Monday night when she took to Instagram to share a photo of herself, Lady Gaga and Katy Perry cozying up to one another at the ball. For those in the know, the three divas have never been on terrific terms, with Madonna and Gaga's relationship further deteriorating around the time the former Material Girl pointed out that Gaga's 2011 single "Born This Way" sounded awfully similar to her own 1989 single "Express Yourself."

Gaga seemed to have had her own appropriation issues with Perry, who sports new brunette locks in the photo. Though both singers have denied ill feelings toward one another, Gaga last year tweeted pot shots at Perry for borrowing her green hair look and onstage horse riding shtick on her Prismatic World Tour.

Perhaps all that's in the past now as the three icons posed in a cozy group hug Monday night. Madonna captioned the photo, ""Girls night out.......... Kissing the Ring........Finally! #metball."

Perry immediately re-grammed the shot with the joke, "Dropping our single tomorrow." She then added the hashtags #stolethispicfromM and #MONSTERCATREBELHEARTS, which is, of course, a hodgepodge of each singer's current nickname for her army of fans.

Here's to burying the hatchet in grand style, ladies!

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