Kim Kardashian, who has been making headlines lately due to Taylor Swift's apparent dig at their long-standing feud in the song "thanK you aIMee," chose to focus on a different pop star during her appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" on Monday. Instead of addressing the latest development in the Swift drama, the "American Horror Story: Delicate" star shared heartwarming memories of her childhood connection with Madonna.

"She was my next door neighbor when I was like seven or eight years old," Kardashian revealed to Jimmy Kimmel. "I was her dog walker. Kourtney and I would walk her dog after school... in exchange for her jewelry."

As Madonna was transitioning out of her iconic 80s neon phase, the Kardashian sisters found themselves the recipients of a shoebox full of neon bracelets, which they proudly showed off at school. "Everyone was like, 'Oh my God I love your bracelets!' And we were like, 'Thanks, Madonna gave them to us,'" Kardashian reminisced.

The reality star's relationship with the Queen of Pop didn't end there. Years later, a young Kardashian had the opportunity to witness Madonna filming her "Cherish" music video with Herb Ritts in 1989. "Me and my friend were on the beach and it was the most magical moment ever," she shared.

In a twist of fate, Kardashian and Madonna found themselves neighbors once again as adults, after Kardashian welcomed children of her own with ex-husband Kanye West. "Never would I have dreamed in my wildest dreams that as an adult, I would then be neighbors with her myself," she marveled. "We lived in the same area again and it was like, it was just crazy."

The two industry powerhouses even had a humorous run-in while taking their kids trick-or-treating, recognizing each other through their black ski mask disguises. "We both had, like, masks on and we were going to the same house and then we looked at each other and I was like, 'M? Kim?,'" Kardashian recounted.

While Kimmel shied away from addressing the Swift feud directly, he did mention the singer's record-breaking success with her new album, "The Tortured Poets Department," in his opening monologue. "Taylor Swift is so big right now it's like Michael Jackson level fame," he noted.

Swift's "thanK you aIMee" has been widely interpreted as a diss track aimed at Kardashian, with lyrics seemingly referencing their public fallout following the edited phone call recording released by Kardashian in 2016. The song's title, with capital letters spelling out "Kim," and references to a child singing a song about the subject, have led fans to believe Swift is calling out Kardashian's daughter North's viral 2023 TikTok dance to "Shake It Off."

Despite the buzz surrounding Swift's new album and the apparent diss track, Kardashian appeared unbothered during her "Kimmel" appearance, simply declaring "life is good" and focusing on her fond memories of Madonna.