Taylor Swift's 'big conversation'
Taylor Swift had a "big conversation" with her pals about her 'Bad Blood' music video.
The 'Shake It Off' hitmaker was keen to recruit as many of her famous female friends for the epic video to show her "support" for those she holds dear.
Gigi Hadid, who starred in the video, said: "For [Taylor] it was really a way to show that she supports her friends so much and that we support her back.
"We all took time out of our schedules to be there and she wanted to make us look hot and powerful. It was a big, amazing thing to be a part of."
And the 20-year-old model has insisted she wants the group - which also includes the likes of Kendall Jenner, Karlie Kloss, Cara Delevinge and Selena Gomez - to be known for their "kindness not cattiness".
She added: "We want to be known as the group of girls that are known for our kindness, rather than our cattiness."
And Gigi hopes her group can emulate the past It girls of the fashion industry.
She told Who What Wear: "The pictures of them at events together, backstage together, are so iconic and it's really cool now that I feel there's a group of girls again that are gonna create that.
"Like the whole 'squad goals' thing is a very big thing right now. I feel like as models, we're kind of getting to experience what they did."