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Kanye West (L) jumps on stage after Taylor Swift (C) won the 'Best Female Video' award the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards at Radio City Music Hall Getty

Kanye West and Taylor Swift buried the hatchet in 2014, five years after he famously ruined her moment at the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards.

Music fans have now started a campaign on twitter for the Shake It Off singer to present him with his prestigious Video Vanguard trophy to prove there's really no bad blood between the stars.

The rapper will be honoured for his "ground-breaking videos, legendary performances and continued impact on music, art, fashion and culture" this weekend.

Back in 2009, Kim Kardashian's husband stormed the stage as the then 19-year-old Swift was accepting her Best Female Video trophy to tell the world that Beyoncé should have taken home the gong instead.

"Yo Taylor, I'm really happy for you, I'mma let you finish but Beyonce had one of the best videos of all time. One of the best videos of all time!

In the wake of the incident West faced fierce backlash and was even branded a 'Jackass' by President Obama.

Earlier in August Swift revealed that it was Jay Z that urged her to make up with West.

"I feel like I wasn't ready to be friends with [West] until I felt like he had some sort of respect for me, and he wasn't ready to be friends with me until he had some sort of respect for me -- so it was the same issue, and we both reached the same place at the same time," Swift told Vanity Fair. "I became friends with Jay Z, and I think it was important, for Jay Z, for Kanye and I to get along," she says, adding that, "Then Kanye and I both reached a place where he would say really nice things about my music and what I've accomplished, and I could ask him how his kid's doing."

Although neither of the stars have responded to the tweets, fans are hoping the grand gesture does become reality.

The MTV VMAs 2015 will take place at the Microsoft Theatre in Los Angeles on 30 August.