Taylor Swift Pulled A Chris Brown And 'Refused To Stand For Carrie Underwood At Grammy Awards'

Plus seating arrangements reportedly had to be changed to keep the pair away from each other

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While everyone's attentions were focused on Chris Brown snubbing Frank Ocean at the Grammys this weekend, he reportedly wasn't the only one who remained glued to his seat as Taylor Swift is said to have “refused” to stand up for Carrie Underwood during the ceremony.

The two country rivals have reportedly endured an ongoing feud with each for more than a year and it isn't showing any signs of simmering down with reports that their apparent dislike for one another caused a “headache” for Grammy organisers who were allegedly forced to change the seating plan to keep the ladies separate.

Taylor Swift is said to have remained seated after Carrie Underwood's Grammys performance (Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.com)

“Such a headache!” an insider told Us Weekly of the seating changes, adding that Taylor and Carrie had to be kept “from crossing paths.” However, a rep for the Grammys said: “No requests were received from either artist.”

Meanwhile, an eyewitnesss says that Taylor pulled a Chris Brown and remained in her seat after Carrie had finished performing her hit 'Blown Away.' “After Carrie performed, Taylor didn't stand. Everyone else did.”

Carrie has previously addressed her rumoured feud with Taylor when quizzed on the subject by Gayle King on a CBS This Morning, saying, “No, not that I know of at least.”

Carrie Underwood has previously said there is no feud with Taylor Swift (Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.com)

Although she isn't the only one to feel Taylor's wrath because not only did the 'We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together' singer appear to use her performance as a way to get back at her ex Harry Styles, but she is said to have gone to efforts to avoid bumping into her former love John Mayer and his new missus Katy Perry.

Sounds like Taylor has a lot of people she needs to avoid! Watch Carrie Underwood's performance below...

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