March 4, 2013 at 5:20 PM ET
Twitter may have launched a thousand celebrity feuds, but occasionally, the micro-blogging site is a force for peace. The latest celeb to patch things up via tweet is Amanda Seyfried, who used Twitter to shoot down rumors of a falling-out with Anne Hathaway.
"Fact: I love you, Anne!" the Les Miserables actress tweeted on Saturday.
Given the timing of Seyfried's message, it seems obvious that she was responding to an Us Weekly article about a supposed rift with Hathaway. We already knew that Hathaway changed her Oscar dress at the last minute when she learned that her Les Miserables co-star had chosen a similar one. According to Us, the best supporting actress winner was less than gracious about it, throwing a full-on "diva fit" during Oscars rehearsals.
But either the report was exaggerated, or Seyfried decided to forgive Anne for her freak-out—because it all appears to be water under the bridge. Here are four other celebrity pairs who have used Twitter to make good:
1. Rihanna & Ciara
After Ciara dissed the "Stay" singer on E!'s Fashion Police, the two pop divas exchanged heated words over Twitter. Within a couple hours, Rihanna extended an olive branch, saying, "So sorry! Let's make up." Ciara accepted her apology, telling Rihanna, " u know its always been love since day 1!"
2. Taylor Swift & Kanye West
Kanye may never live down his interruption of Swift's speech at the 2009 MTV VMAs, but he did use Twitter to make amends. "I take the responsibility for my actions," he wrote. "I only want to do good. I am passionate I am human I am real.... I'm sorry Taylor."
3. Kathie Lee Gifford & Martin Short
The well-meaning Today host put her foot in her mouth, big-time, after she asked Martin Short about his "great marriage" in a 2012 interview. Unfortunately, his wife Nancy died of cancer in 2010. "I send my sincerest apologies to @MartinShort and his family," Gifford tweeted, following an on-air apology. "He handled situation w/enormous grace and kindness and I'm so grateful."
4. Mark Salling & Naya Rivera
The Glee co-stars used Twitter to counter rumors that they were in a vicious lovers' spat, with Rivera flying into a jealous rage and vandalizing his car. "Silly rumors, we're the best of friends," Salling wrote, posting a jokey picture of Rivera pretending to strangle him.
A version of this story originally appeared on iVillage.