Jared Leto has apologised to Taylor Swift after a video emerged online of him critiquing tracks from her album 1989. The video was posted by TMZ on Monday but appeared to have been recorded a few months back, when Leto and his bandmates were listening to Swift’s music in the studio for a bit of inspiration.

Jared LetoJared Leto has apologised to Taylor Swfit.

In the video, a pink-haired Leto is first played ‘Welcome To New York, the opening track from 1989. ‘Oh I don’t like this at all. Next,’ Leto says. The Oscar-winner is then played mega-hit ‘Blank Space’, which he seems more positive on.

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‘I like this verse actually,’ he says, before wondering if Swift has just sung the line ‘Starbucks lovers’. Leto goes on to compare certain elements of the song to Charli XcX, with his bandmate commenting, ‘she just stole it from her and crushed it.’

But it was the end of the clip which made Swift fans really angry, when Leto could be heard saying, ‘I mean, f–k her, I don’t give a f–k about her. It’s whatever works best for us.’

But after the video appeared online Leto was quick to offer his apologies to Swift and her legion of fans. ‘The truth is I think @taylorswift13 is amazing + an incredible example of what’s possible. If I hurt her or her fans my sincerest apologies,’ Leto tweeted.

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While many praised the singer and actor for deciding to publicly say sorry others wondered, was an apology even necessary? Swift is yet to respond to the video or Leto’s tweet, but we’re sure she’ll accept his apology and there’ll be no ‘bad blood’ between the pair. Either that or she’ll write a song about it on her next album.