Taylor Swift and Celine Dion brought fan's uproar to an end by sharing a heartwarming hug.
The My Heart Will Go On global hitmaker stepped out for the first time amid her stiff person syndrome, making a rare appearance at the 2024 Grammys.
She presented the Album of the Year award to the 34-year-old pop sensation for her Midnight project, followed by engaging in a celebratory hug backstage.
In a photograph circulating over social media, the two stars were featured in a sweet embrace at the 66th Annual Music Awards ceremony held on Sunday night at Crypto.com Arena in Los Angeles.
In the adorable picture, the Blankspace hitmaker was seen wrapping her arms around Dion, 55, leaning into her as their head touched each other.
The two flashed a bright smile for the snapshot, exuding nothing but ecstatic vibes.
For the unversed, the image surfaced on the internet after the Cruel Summer chart-topper garnered rage from fans on seemingly snubbing the Canadian singer usually referred to as the "Queen of Power Ballads."
Shortly after the Karma hit-maker made history with the fourth Album of the Year win at the Grammy Awards, she was surrounded by backlash.
The Anti-Hero crooner was so over the moon due to her major win that when Dion handed over the coveted gramophone to her, Swift didn’t even make eye contact with, let alone acknowledged her.
Swift continued to share her moment with Jack Antonoff, Lana Del Rey and other friends on stage.
That instance made many viewers ponder whether the Reputation maker had snubbed Dion.