She took to Instagram to Friday to apologize for mean comments she made about Taylor Swift's weight that were featured in the popstar's new documentary Miss Americana.
And Nikki Glaser, 35, got a happy surprise later that night when Taylor Swift forgave her for making a joke about her weight.
The 30-year-old pop star also included a message of support for Nikki after she opened up about her own years-long struggle with an eating disorder.
Bygones be bygones: Taylor Swift, 30, accepted comedian Nikki Glaser's Instagram apology on Friday. The comedian jokingly called her 'too skinny' in Taylor's new documentary Miss Americana; pictured in December
Taylor connected her response to her own documentary, which was released Friday on Netflix and in select theaters.
'Wow. I appreciate this so much and one of the major themes about the doc is that we have the ability to change our opinions over time, to grow, to learn about ourselves,' she wrote.
The Grammy winner also wished Nikki the best, presumably in response to statements about struggling with her weight and receiving abusive comments from online Trolls.
'I’m so sorry to hear that you’ve struggled with some of the same things I’ve struggled with. Sending a massive hug,' she concluded, adding a heart emoji.
Nikki was so happy to hear back from Taylor that she posted a screenshot of the comment to her Insta Stories, along with multiple heart and praying hand emojis.
Taylor wished Nikki the best, presumably in response to statements about struggling with her weight and receiving abusive comments from online Trolls
Apologize: Nikki, 35, took to Instagram on Friday morning to issue an apology to Taylor for her old interview soundbite
Swooning: Nikki was so happy to hear back from Taylor that she posted a screenshot of the comment to her Insta Stories, along with multiple heart and praying hand emojis
Nikki, a self-proclaimed 'Swiftie,' was motivated to post her apology after she learned that an old interview soundbite used in Miss Americana painted her as one of the many voices behind Taylor's decision to 'escape from the spotlight for a year,' in 2016.
Glaser took to Instagram to apologize and give context to her comments made about the singer in a 2015 interview with
''I love @taylorswift,' Glaser began, 'Unfortunately, I am featured in her new documentary as part of a montage of a**hats saying mean things about her, which is used to explain why she felt the need to escape from the spotlight for a year.'
Words hurt: Taylor left the spotlight in 2016 due to the intense media scrutiny she had received for so long; Taylor pictured here with her mother Andrea Swift in the film
The soundbite: 'The soundbite was from an interview I did 5 years ago and I say in SUCH a sh*tty tone: 'she's too skinny; it bothers me... all of her model friends, and it's just like, cmon!' wrote Glaser on her 2015 Us Weekly comments
Model friends: 'Enough with the model friends! They can't be that great,' joked Glaser with the Us Weekly host
The 35-year-old was referencing to a 2015 interview with