Taylor Swift has dinner with Kanye West

TAYLOR Swift had dinner with Kanye West on Tuesday night.

The 'Blank Space' hitmaker, who was a no-show at the 37-year-old rapper's fashion show last week, was spotted enjoying a meal with him at The Spotted Pig in New York City proving they have repaired their friendship after the 'New Slaves' hitmaker famously humiliated the 25-year-old singer at the MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs) in 2009.

A source told that the duo were careful not to arrive or leave the upscale eatery together, but dined at a table for two during what is believed to have been a business meeting.

Kanye recently confirmed he had ironed out his issues with Taylor, who he was spotted chatting with at the Grammy Awards in Los Angeles earlier this month, and revealed they are planning to record a duet together.

He said: "She wants to get in the studio, and we're definitely going to go in."

But just days later he admitted he was surprised when she failed to make an appearance at the star-studded launch of his new Adidas collaboration at New York Fashion Week.

Asked if he would like to see the blonde beauty wearing some of his new designs, he said: "Yeah, I think she was supposed to be here today, so I don't know what happened. I'd like to see everyone wearing everything."

But a source close to the 'Shake It Off' hitmaker later insisted: "Taylor wanted to attend but had a scheduled photo shoot that day that she could not move."

Up until recently relations between Kanye and Taylor have been icy since he stormed the stage at the VMAs six years ago during her Best Female Video acceptance speech and told the crowd Beyoncé deserved to take home the prestigious prize instead.

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