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Kim Kardashian insists ‘life is good’ in first interview since Taylor…

Kim Kardashian sidestepped any “Bad Blood” in her first interview since Taylor Swift.

The reality star Monday night, telling viewers that “life is good.”

Although Jimmy Kimmel joked about drama over in his opening monologue, the host refrained from asking Kardashian, 43, about her and the pop star’s .

Kim Kardashian gave her first interview since Taylor Swift dropped her diss track. Getty Images
The reality star appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” on Monday. Jimmy Kimmel Live/Youtube

Instead, he chatted with the Skims creator about the brand’s , as well as her childhood living in Madonna’s neighborhood.

The “Kardashians” star looked carefree onstage in a leather dress and heels lacing up her leg. She wore her hair down in waves.

Kimmel’s YouTube subscribers complained about the lack of Swift questions in the comments, insisting the comedian, 56, “missed an opportunity.”

One fan pointed out, “I’m sure she had her PR people ask him to stay away from those types of questions.”

Another called Kardashian “good at getting that press” by going “on late night and act[ing] like you just don’t give an eff!”

The sitdown came three days after Swift, 34, of 31 tracks seemingly Joe Alwyn, Matty Healy and John Mayer.

Jimmy Kimmel joked about Swift and Kardashian’s feud during his monologue.
The interview came three days after Swift seemingly slammed Kardashian in “thanK you aIMee.” GC Images

“thanK you aIMee,” however, was arguably the record’s most viral hit once fans picked up on the title’s capitalization appearing to reference Kardashian.

Swifties want to know

In the song, Swift crooned about a “bronze” and “spray-tanned” high school bully named Aimee who her mom “wish[es] were dead.”

Kardashian has — and counting — since the diss track.

The Skims creator has since lost more than 100,000 Instagram followers. Kim Kardashian/Instagram
She has been at odds with Swift since 2016. Getty Images for NARAS

Swift and Kardashian since the makeup mogul’s ex-husband Kanye West released “Famous” in 2016 and

When the “Look What You Made Me Do” singer found fault in the lyric, Kardashian insisted West, 46, had received permission from Swift and .

Swift has since called the recording “illegally” obtained and “edited,” most recently in an last year.