Global prodigy Taylor Swift is embroiled in a bitter quarrel with her two best friends, Blake Lively and Selena Gomez, and she may be forced to fire one of them, a new report claimed.

According to The National Enquirer, Blake, 36, and Selena, 31, avoid being in the same room together and miss events to avoid running into each other, which irritates Taylor, 34.

“Taylor’s tried many times to broker peace between these two divas, but they won’t play nice. She thinks it’s silly the way they carry on, especially since the two don’t even know where all this hating began!” an insider spilled to the entertainment news outlet.

Taylor has been great friends with singer-actress Selena since 2008. She began hanging out with “Gossip Girl” alum Blake in 2015. However, the “All Too Well” hitmaker appears to be unable to bring the two into the same room.

“Taylor feels like she’s doing a juggling act in a circus to keep them both happy, but her patience is wearing thin,” the spy tattled.

According to reports, Taylor enjoys Blake's company when she wants to party and kick up her heels, whereas Selena is Taylor's confidante when it comes to discussing more important topics.

“Truth is, Selena’s insanely jealous of Taylor’s friendship with Blake. Blake was on hand to help Taylor celebrate her birthday in December, and Selena was seething about it for weeks,” the informant stated.

While a friend dismisses the argument as insignificant, the mole snarked, "Selena and Blake are extremely petty at times, which stresses Taylor. Either they get along, or one of them will have to go!"

Taylor Swift has yet to comment on the claims that she is torn between Selena Gomez and Blake Lively. So, devoted supporters of Travis Kelcey’s ladylove should take all these unfounded reports with a huge grain of salt until everything is proven true and correct.

Meanwhile, Taylor’s music has returned to TikTok following an ongoing disagreement with her music distributor Universal Music Group over royalties. Her songs' return to the popular social platform comes as she prepares to release her latest and highly anticipated album, "The Tortured Poets Department," next week.

On Thursday, CNN discovered Taylor’s songs in TikTok's music repertoire, which can be used by anybody making new videos. Universal Music Group removed music from its various artists, including Taylor Swift, Ariana Grande, Camila Cabello, and Rihanna, in January after releasing a statement titled, "An open letter to the artist and songwriter community — why we must call time out on TikTok," in which it stated that its licensing agreement with the platform was about to expire.

As a result, Universal artists' music was taken from all TikTok videos, along with a notice stating that it had been removed due to copyright violations. Universal Music Group stated at the time that TikTok proposed paying its artists and composers "a fraction of the rate that similarly situated major social platforms pay."
“Ultimately TikTok is trying to build a music-based business, without paying fair value for the music,” it said in a statement.

However, Universal claims TikTok amounts for only approximately 1% of its entire revenue.

The firm also criticized TikTok for allowing AI-generated recordings on the platform and developing tools to "enable, promote, and encourage" this type of music creation, which it claims will "massively dilute the royalty pool for human artists."

It's unknown what requirements were met when Taylor returned to TikTok. Universal Music Group, TikTok, and Taylor Swift's representative did not reply to requests for comment. Music by other Universal artists is still not listed on the platform.

Taylor revealed her new album when accepting her 13th Grammy trophy in February. Since then, she has used social media to tease album covers, song titles, and a countdown to the album's release on Friday, April 19. This will be her eleventh studio album.