Selena Gomez Irritated with Taylor Swift’s New Found Friend, Lorde? [PHOTOS]

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By charmaine corne clutton | December 27, 2013 2:59 PM EST

Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift are two of the best friends you see going together at Awards shows. They have been seated together at various events and looked like they partied much together. As recently reported by hollywoodlife.com, Selena Gomez seems to not like Taylor Swift's friend Lorde that much.

According to the site's article: Selena Gomez Can't Stand Taylor Swift's Friend Lorde - Report, a source had given their opinion on what Selena feels about Lorde saying:

"Selena can't stand Lorde, and has publicly trashed Lorde for not being feminist and supporting other female artists,"

This is referring to the New Zealand singer's diss of country singer Swift, "too flawless and unattainable."

Lorde also had an opinion about Selena's son "Come and Get I" saying:

 "I'm a feminist, and the theme of her song is, 'When you're ready come and get it from me.' I'm sick of women being portrayed this way."

If Taylor has forgiven Lorde for the diss then maybe Selena can do so to but it seems like the singer is just not up for it at the moment and is a bit furious at her best friend to Swift who so easily forgave Lorde.

Reports from the mentioned site say that Taylor Swift is getting it easy with Lorde as she plans a collaboration with the New Zealand singer. He song "Royals" debuted to number one and Swift is trying to get edgier by collaborating with her. Will she and Lorde be the two new best friends instead of Selena Gomez now? Well Selena better watch her back then.

There have been reports that Gomez cancelled her tour in Australia due to drug addiction problems.

Find out more here:  Selena Gomez: Another former Disney Actress to go into Rehab? Find out Why [PHOTOS]

Will you be excited for a collaboration between "Royals" singer Lorde and country singer Taylor Swift?

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