It's all going down in Tinseltown!
And in reminiscence of Team Jen / Team Angie style, stars are weighing and siding with Taylor Swift or Kim Kardashian and Kanye West following their public spat on Twitter.
RELATED: Taylor Swift threatened to sue Kanye West over recorded call
RELATED: BREAKING: Looks like Kanye West DID consult Taylor Swift before releasing ‘Famous’
RELATED: Kim Kardashian says Taylor Swift 'loves' playing victim
For those of you who were hiding under a rock yesterday, here's a brief recap of what happened:
Kim, 35, took to Snapchat to share footage of her husband Kanye West talking to the Blank Space singer about his track Famous - in which he raps about wanting to have sex with the 26-year-old pop star - prompting Taylor to hit back and insist she never "approved" the song because she wasn't aware of the full lyrical content which described her as a "b***h".
And now Demi - who last week followed Calvin Harris and liked a number of his tweets after he slammed his ex-girlfriend for trying to make him "look bad" - has seemingly sided with Kimye after liking a post on the social media site which simply proclaimed: "I love Kim Kardashian."
Zendaya, who was briefly a part of Taylor's Bad Blood "squad", liked and then unliked two posts from fans.
The first pictured two pictures of the 19-year-old star with Taylor and her friends and the caption: "My girl zendaya knew better."
The second tweet to attract her attention stated: "I'm glad zendaya was never really down with that whole Taylor squad s**t."
Katy Perry - who has long been rumoured to have an ongoing feud with Taylor - plugged her new album and single, which are both called Rise, in a tweet which many fans took to reference the Famous saga.
She simply wrote: "#RISE above it all (sic)"
Meanwhile, Selena Gomez has posted in support of her friend Taylor.
She tweeted: "There are more important things to talk about... Why can't people use their voice for something that f***ing matters?
"Truth is last thing we need right now is hate, in any form
This industry is so disappointing yet the most influential smh (sic)"
The dispute also sparked a Twitter war of words between Chloe Grace Moretz - who previously criticised Kim for her nude selfie - and Khloe Kardashian.
The 19-year-old actress wrote: "Everyone in this industry needs to get their heads out of a hole and look around to realize what's ACTUALLY happening in the REAL world.
"Stop wasting your voice on something so petulant and unimportant.(sic)"
In response, Khloe tweeted a picture of Chloe in a red bikini top and another of a blonde girl getting a piggyback ride with her bikini bottoms accidentally pulled to the side and wrote: "Is this the a hole you're referring to @ChloeGMoretz ??? (sic)"
Undeterred, the Carrie actress replied: "@khloekardashian fact check: first photo is me filming my movie Neighbors2, the second photo is some girl who was wrongfully photographed.(sic)"
Ruby Rose then waded into the row, slamming the 32-year-old reality star.
She wrote: "Yo Khloe I thought you were rad when I met you but this is awful and this is a 19 year old girl.(sic)"
In her Snapchat posts, Kim shared footage of Kanye and Taylor on the phone, with the 39-year-old rapper reading her the lyric "For all my Southside n****s that know me best / I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex".
In response, Taylor could be heard saying: "It's like a compliment."
Kanye reassured the singer he wanted her to "feel good" about the song and thanked her for being "so cool" about it, while she said she appreciated the "head's up" about the song.
She added: "Go with whatever line...[you think is] better."
However, Taylor later insisted she never approved the actual lyric that Kanye used in the track, "I feel like me and Taylor still might have sex / Why? I made that b***h famous."
She wrote on Instagram: "Where is the video of Kanye telling me he was going to call me 'that b***h' in his song? It doesn't exist because it never happened. You don't get to control someone's emotional response to being called 'that b***h' in front of the entire world."