by Corinne Heller | Sun., Aug. 26, 2018 10:53 AM
On Saturday night, the two reunited backstage at the 28-year-old pop star's concert in Nashville. Kloss watched the concert from a VIP section. Fans posted photos of her cheering and recording Swift on her phone. Kloss later shared on Instagram a selfie of her and Swift, writing, "No one puts on a show like @taylorswift...#ReputationTour Nashville was out of this world, I am SO proud of you."
The show took place amid longtime rumors that the singer and the model, a prominent member of her "squad" of celebrity friends, had had a falling out. Kloss' selfie was the first pic of her and Swift in almost two years.
In March, Kloss had responded to the feud reports in a New York Times interview, saying, "Don't believe everything you read." The newspaper said she and Swift were good friends and talk frequently.
The feud rumors officially began last summer, after the release of Swift's "Look What You Made Me Do" video. In the clip, the singer is seen wearing a T-shirt bearing names of her friends and Kloss' is not spotted among them.
After the video was released, a source had told E! News that the two "are still good friends" and "had NO falling out whatsoever."
Last December, Kloss wished Swift a happy birthday with a selfie of the two. In July, eyebrows were raised again when Kloss hung out with Harry Styles, one of Swift's famous exes, and Diane Von Furstenberg on a yacht in Italy.
Swift did not publicly acknowledge Kloss in the crowd at her concert on Saturday but did bring out two other celebrity guests onstage—Faith Hill and husband Tim McGraw, who sang with her her song "Tim McGraw." Nicole Kidman also brought her and husband Keith Urban's two daughters to the show and they met Swift backstage.
Many members of the singer's "squad" have attended her Reputation tour concerts in recent months, including Emma Stone and Gigi Hadid.