Lily Allen and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini appear to have finally ended their legendary feud, after nearly ten years of back-and-forth sparring.

The two smiled and posed for photographs together during last night’s (November 23) British Fashion Awards in London, indicating that all is (probably) well between the pair.

Their feud began back when Lily penned a song about the former X Factor judge, called "Cheryl Tweedy," that included the line, "I wish I looked just like Cheryl Tweedy." But Lily later claimed nobody wants to look like Cheryl. "They just think they do."

Cheryl then publicly fired back, referring to to Lily as “a chick with a dick,” to which Lily responded via an open letter posted to her MySpace that read, via The Sun, "Cheryl, if you're reading this, I may not be as pretty as you but at least I write and SING my own songs without the aid of autotune. I must say taking your clothes off, doing sexy dancing and marrying a rich footballer must be very gratifying, your mother must be so proud, stupid bitch.”

It wasn’t until last year that Lily publicly expressed regret for their feud. In an interview with Q Magazine the singer said, (via the Mirror), “I wish that whole thing hadn’t happened. I like Cheryl. She’s good on The X Factor, she’s pretty and she’s got balls. I like women who do well."

See photos of Lily Allen and Cheryl Fernandez-Versini existing near each other in public over at OK!

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