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Gigi Hadid stunned by Vogue shoot

Gigi Hadid stunned by Vogue shoot

Gigi Hadid thinks it's "unreal" she's on the cover of Vogue Australia.

The stunning model is one of the hottest faces of the moment and is constantly scooping up new gigs and campaigns.

Now she's on the front of the Aussie glossy, looking beautiful in a white top and with windswept hair.

She excitedly shared a picture of the cover with her Twitter followers.

"Unreal! My new cover of @VogueAustralia - on stands in June for all my friends down unda! @IMGmodels (sic)" she added to the post.

While she looks sweet and innocent in the snap for the magazine, she adopts a completely different persona in another of her recent projects. The model joins a long list of famous faces in Taylor Swift's upcoming Bad Blood music video, which has been causing a real stir on social media.

Gigi's character was announced by the singer on Twitter as Slay-Z, a dominatrix-like figure in a black leather bra and a severe high ponytail.

The video is due to drop on May 17, enjoying its world premiere at the Billboard Music Awards.

Lena Dunham is the latest addition to the A-list line-up, adopting the character of Lucky Fiori and in a teaser picture she is seen with smoky eyes and a cigar in her mouth.

Hailee Steinfeld has been cloned into triplets for the video, with Taylor announcing her as The Trinity. British singer Ellie Goulding stars as Destructa X, Hayley Williams as The Crimson Curse, Zendaya as Cut-Throat and Lily Aldridge as Frostbyte. Meanwhile Taylor herself is playing Catastrophe.

"Fun fact about #BadBloodMusicVideo: Each individual actor/actress chose their character's name and persona. CATastrophe (sic)," she tweeted today, adding emoticons of cats, which are known to be the singer's favourite animal.

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