Taylor Swift vs Justin Bieber: Who Bowled Over The Audience At Victoria Secret Fashion Show?

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By Sonalee singh | December 12, 2013 6:36 PM EST

Taylor Swift gave a scintillating performance at this year's Victoria Secret Fashion Show. The country music crooner looked her best in a sequin body hugging dress and sang "I Knew You Were Trouble," and "My Songs Know What You Did in the Dark (Light Em Up)". Indeed, Swift stole the show with her breathtaking voice, but was her performance better than Justin Bieber's last year performance at the Fashion Show.

Bieber sang "Beauty And A Beat" and "As Long As You Love Me." The 19-year-old singer was dressed in white and he even flirted with the models while serenading audiences. Swift and Bieber are not on very good terms and nor are they fond of each other's work.

The animosity between the two grew even more, when Justin broke-up with Selena Gomez. Taylor Swift stuck out her tongue as a sign of disapproval when Selena made out with Bieber during the Billboard Music Awards and Bieber dissed Taylor in his song "All Bad."

After release of the song, one of the Justin's fan tweeted, " I think Justin was shading Taylor in #All Bad"

The lyrics of the song "All Bad" were like this:

"It's another, if it ain't one thing

Instigators, like pouring fire on propane

The wrong thing, they be worried about

Ooh, you know females

And how they like to run their mouths

Wanna be, wanna be, just like, talk like, you

(like you) you (like you)

Misery, misery, best company

Don't let them change your mood

They try to get at me (They try to get at me)

Behind your back (your back, your back)

Tryin' to tell me that I'm just like the others

But I ain't all bad

Wanna be, wanna be everything I ought to be to you (to you)

Envy, envy, same thing as jealousy

Jealous of you

That's what they do"

The simmering feud between Justin and Taylor is now out in open; let us know what do you think about it.

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