Taylor Swift is now available on all music streaming services

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Taylor Swift may sing about "never ever ever getting back together" when it comes to ex-boyfriends, but lucky for fans, she's willing to make nice with streaming sites again.

The albums will become available today, Swift's management said on Twitter. One tweeted: "I aspire to be as petty as taylor swift releasing her discography for streaming the weekend katy perry's album drops".

Though it was a risk to leave country music officially and move into pop, it paid off in spades for Swift, with 1989 opening with a million sales and rapidly becoming the best-selling album of 2014.

Taylor Swift has released her entire music catalogue on streaming services to celebrate her latest album, 1989, selling over 10 million copies worldwide.

The timing was even more interesting since the "Dark Horse" songstress, 32, has publicly discussed her feud with Swift multiple times in the last few weeks while promoting her fifth record.

It's the same day that Katy Perry's new album, "Witness", is released. Her official Instagram fan account, Taylor Nation, posted the news Thursday.

"It's my opinion that music should not be free, and my prediction is that individual artists and their labels will someday decide what an album's price point is", she continued.

Taylor Swift's five audio albums have not been available for online streaming on platforms such as Amazon Music, Spotify, and Pandora since 2014.

Once friends, the pop divas have been embroiled in a feud that supposedly inspired Swift to write her hit "Bad Blood" about Perry, who then supposedly retaliated with her song "Swish Swish".

"There's a situation. Honestly, it's really like. she started it and it's time for her to finish it", she said on the "Late Late Show with James Corden" at the end of May.

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