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It's sort of official: there's serious bad blood brewing between Taylor Swift and Katy Perry.

It all started when Swift told Rolling Stone that she penned a song on hew new album about an enemy in the world of music, someone who did “something so horrible” when she tried to “sabotage an entire arena tour."

Then, not long after these comments went public, Perry Tweeted a reference to Mean Girls and a "Regina George in sheep's clothing," who we're rather positive is Taylor Swift.

So the claws are pretty much out between two of the top-selling artists in pop music history.

Will things get uglier from here? Who will fire the next shot? And where does this feud rank among recent famous rivalries, which include Drake Bell HATING on Justin Bieber and Jimmy Kimmel trading barbs with Kanye West?

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Taylor Swift wrote a song titled "Bad Blood" about an enemy in the music business. We're pretty sure the subject was Katy Perry.

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Seth Rogen has moved on from slamming Justin Bieber and directed his latest round of Twitter wrath at Nancy Grace.

On Wednesday, Grace Tweeted up a storm regarding the case of Richard Kirk, a Denver resident who allegedly took marijuana before killing his wife.

"Cops say daddy eats marijuana & goes crazy. He shoots his wife in the head while she pleads with 9-1-1 for help! #PotToBlame?” Grace wrote, later adding:

"How many people must die before this stops?! #PotToBlame?"

Rogen, an unabashed fan of this substance, finally had enough and responded to the HLN host's desperate calls for attention with a single message:

".@NancyGraceHLN you are a fucking dumbass."

Katy Perry vs. Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift wrote a song titled "Bad Blood" about an enemy in the music business. We're pretty sure the subject was Katy Perry.

Grace, of course, is known for making wild accusations in the name of ratings.

Following the death of the Ultimate Warrior two weeks ago, she didn't let a lack of evidence stop her from blaming steroids for the wrestler's passing.

(Note to Nancy: Ultimate Warrior died of a heart attack. We're waiting on your apology.)

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WWE fans and general Nancy Grace non-fans are far from pleased at the TV personality's apparent belief, implied on air, that wrestling stars are all on steroids.

#CancelColbert is so last week. Twitter is on to #CancelNancyGrace following a segment this week in which she interviewed Diamond Dallas Page

"So many wrestlers dead," Grace said to her guest. "Now accusations of steroids and illegal drugs swirling ... let's take a look at wrestlers who died young."

A scrolling graphic on the screen displayed a list of prominent pro wrestling figures including Rick McGraw, 30; Buzz Sawyer, 32; and Owen Hart, 33.

Ultimate Warrior, born James Brian Hellwig, died just days after being inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame and appearing at WrestleMania 30 on Sunday.

He collapsed while he and his wife were walking to their car at an Arizona hotel, and doctors pronounced Ultimate Warrior dead soon after at 54.

"We all used it back in the day," Page said frankly with regard to steroids, but he noted that Ultimate Warrior didn't look nearly as big as he used to be.

Page added that he saw him recently and that he "looked great," although what would be his final video from Monday night RAW tells a different story.

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Jodi Arias is offering a vigorous defense, but Nancy Grace says there's "no way around" a conviction on murder charges for the accused Arizona killer.

Arias is being tried for the brutal slaying of ex-boyfriend Travis Alexander, and to hear HLN's Grace tell it, she’s fighting a losing battle and the jury won't buy it.

“There is no way around a murder conviction for Jodi,” she says.

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“In my opinion the facts have proven Murder 1. BUT, if they feel pity for her they may give her Murder 2. I think that they will give her murder 1 though, with no death penalty.”

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Only Nancy Grace would make the women of The View come across as sane, reasonable and united.

That's what happened when this awful human being appeared on the talk show this week and was asked about her infamous Whitney Houston comments, where she randomly wondered - soon after the singer died - whether someone had "pushed" her down in the bathtub.

Wasn't this asserting disrespectful to the family, Grace was asked. You're missing the point, ignorant idiots, she basically replied, rambling on about wanting to know the truth, condescendingly explaining why autopsies exist and telling the ladies it's easy to "throw stones behind a coffee mug."

But it's not easy being Nancy Grace, people! Watch the exchange below:

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Dan Abrams is our new hero.

The Good Morning America host remained calm and reasonable in the face of Nancy Grace's condescending absurdity today, as he tried to get Grace to admit that she shouldn't have wondered about whether or not someone pushed Whitney Houston's body under water in her hotel room last Saturday.

What prompted Grace to hint at that possibility? Nothing in this case, merely her experience as an attorney overall, which gives her a unique view on what comes next.

"There is nothing delicate or nice about a murder, a death, an unexpected death, or an autopsy," Grace said. "What that means in the real world, not the ivory tower of Harvard Law School... an autopsy, of why her body was transported to the Coroner's Office, is to determine cause of death whether it be overdose, natural causes, accident, or homicide. It is not a homicide and I am thankful for that, but I still want the truth."

Okay. That makes her the same as about 100 million other Americans.

Why utter a word about anyone shoving Whitney's head under water? Abrams tried to get his guest to focus on this specific question.

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Let's all stop and give thanks for Nancy Grace, shall we?

Seriously, without this attention-starved egomaniac, we might not know just how low humanity can sink.

Earlier today, during an appearance on CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin, the blowhard evoked the instances of Anna Nicole Smith and Michael Jackson when talking about Whitney Houston, wondering whether someone else played a role in the singer's death.

"I’d like to know who was around her, who - if anyone - gave her drugs... following alcohol and drugs, and who let her slip, or pushed her, underneath that water?" Grace asked, referring to reports that Whitney's body was found in a hotel room bathtub. "Apparently, no signs of force or trauma to the body. Who let Whitney Houston go under her water?"

Forget the fact that initial reports indicate Houston did NOT die by drowning; and forget the fact that it seems perfectly reasonable someone could overdose on pills and pass out in a bathtub... Grace is on a role, folks!

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Nancy Grace likely jived her way off Dancing With the Stars last night.

Already a huge underdog to make it beyond the top five, the pressure started to get to her early on "Are you actually acting tired?" she snapped at Tristan MacManus.

"You don't have twins that get up at 5, you don't have a full-time job and I do!" MacManus' reply: "I'm tired of you." "I'm tired of you, too! So there!" she retorted.

They were mostly jokinh, but that still set the tone for their instant jive, which you can see below. Nancy clearly doesn't have enough left in the tank at this point:

The pair failed to impress the judges, who awarded a mere 20 out of 30 points. There have been worse routines, but that was far below the rest of the Dancing With the Stars scores Monday. Earlier in the night, they earned 24 for their tango.

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Nancy Grace is great at blowing smoke about Amanda Knox or Casey Anthony.

She could not catch fire on Dancing With the Stars Monday night, however.

Despite wearing a red wig, red eyelashes and a flirty, fringed dress ... her jive just didn't ignite very well at all. “This wasn’t a good dance for you,” judge Len Goodman said, not mincing words as always. “It was a disappointment for me.”

She earned 21 points for it, giving her 44 out of 60 for the evening. That has her in last place. Think she'll be going home tonight? Watch her possibly final routine below:

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Thank you, Dancing With the Stars costume designers. We owe you big time.

Last night, she came thisclose to giving viewers more nipple slip action on the show ... and we just don't need to see any more jiggling like last time.

"My [costume] wasn't working," Nancy revealed of her Dancing With the Stars rehearsal run-through, saying she almost lost the top half of her outfit.

"[The wardrobe stylists] added lace reinforcements at the top. I'm the only one that comes out in a turtleneck. But I'm OK with it," she added.

We are too. And she didn't even let one rip. Watch her performance below:

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