Taylor Swift Brings “Bad Blood” Co-Stars Gigi Hadid & Martha Hunt Onstage at …

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‘When two of your best friends strut the runway with you’: Taylor Swift is joined on stage by models Gigi Hadid and Martha Hunt in Detroit as she continues 1989 tour.

At her gig at Ford Field in Detroit on Saturday, the 25-year-old country-turned-pop star brought onstage two of her BFFs and co-stars from her recent femme fatale-themed “Bad Blood” music video—Victoria’s Secret supermodel Martha Hunt, 26, and model Gigi Hadid, 20.

Taylor Swift has a big surprise for her fans in Michigan as she was joined on stage by her model BFFs Gigi Hadid and Martha Hunt during the Detroit stop of her tour. The 25-year-old was performing her smash hit, Style, on the latest date of her 1989 World Tour Live when the blonde beauties strut down the ‘runway’ to join her for the song.

The 25-year-old singer posted an Instagram photo of the trio beneath an eerily exact frame of them from her “Bad Blood” video (minus the guns and fire). Having already shown off her catwalk skills at the Victoria’s Secret fashion show in London last year, Taylor once again proved she could easily by a model as she sashayed alongside her pals. Hadid, 20, and Hunt, 26, weren’t the only members of Swift’s famous squad to turn up in her latest music video: Lena Dunham, Hayley Williams, Ellie Goulding, Karlie Kloss, Ellen Pompeo and Mariska Hargitay all co-starred – among many others.

Hunt wore a black lace mini-dress with a high neckline and matching ankle boots, while Hadid donned a black, long sleeve lace top, matching high-waist skinny pants and similar booties. Taylor couldn’t hide her joy at sharing the moment with her girls as she took to Twitter saying: ‘When two of your best friends strut the runway with you during ‘Style’… #1989TourDetroit’.

She also sang a pop version of her country hit “Love Story,” grabbed her electric guitar for a rock version of her pop anthem “We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together” and belted out her popular breakup track “I Knew You Were Trouble.” Ut, oh… All is not well in the land of loafers and cashmere cardigans. The complaints—and they are plenty—are mainly focused around the high prices, shoddy workmanship, poor quality and a loss of classic, staple pieces in favor or edgier styles. And you know what they say: Numbers don’t lie. “We’ve made some missteps over the last year and we are working hard to course correct,” said Chief Executive Millard “Mickey” Drexler of women’s line told the WSJ.

And while she was in the company of models, Taylor proved that she can easily give them a run for their money as she displayed her long, lean legs in a pair of high-waisted black shorts. Carrying a warm beverage, Gigi, 20, rocked a sportier look, wearing a navy jacket with black leggings and fresh white Adidas trainers, while Marsha, 26, turned heads in a red minidress.

The night before, the trio of beauties turned heads as they made their way to the upscale Indian eatery, Tamarind, in the Big Apple’s Tribeca neighbourhood. Almost immediately, readers went from cooing over Olivia Maurer (an adorable 14-month girl featured in the slideshow) to booing over a photograph of two snarky cartoons.

She teamed the collared short-sleeved shirt with a high-waisted sublty pleated flouncy floral skirt – staying true to her signature look of baring a bit of her belly while pairing chic separates. Though the clip was surely a bit racy, Taylor – who is dating Scottish DJ Calvin Harris – recently sat down with Access Hollywood and discussed her lack of sex appeal. The backlash spilled over from the site’s comments section to Twitter where people wrote that they found the images to be “disappointing,” “hateful,” “awful and sad.” This of course comes just a few months after the brand upset fans by announcing they would not be selling plus-size items from their Target collection in stores. “These illustrations were the work of one individual and were posted in her personal work area. Access Hollywood guest correspondent Scott Evans questioned the award-winning artist about her public image which can usually be described as ‘chaste.’ ‘As an artist you should embrace what comes naturally to you, whatever role feels right. While we are an employer that does encourage people to decorate their own space, we are a female-dominated company and these images do not reflect our values.

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