Bellisario, 30, gave her two cents about Swift, 26, when asked whether she's Team Taylor or Team Kim Kardashian.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 35, and Swift have been in a heated battle. Earlier this month, the mom of two posted snippets of a phone call that Swift and Kanye West had about his song "Famous," in which he raps, "I feel like me and Taylor might still have sex / Why? I made that bitch famous." Swift bashed the rapper for the "misogynistic" remark and continues to insist that she never signed off on that particular line.
Bellisario quickly made it clear that she does not side with Kardashian — but she's not the biggest fan of Swift either.
"Oh god, I have such an aversion to the Kardashians because I literally don't understand people's obsession with them and I don't want to accept them as our closest thing to a royal family, so I guess I would be Team Taylor Swift?" Bellisario told Cosmopolitan. "However, I'm so appalled by what I consider to be her false feminism. It seems like she's this person who's like, 'Sisterhood!' and then she does nothing but tear down the women that were once her friends."
She added: "So is it possible to just be, like … this is a two-party system that I don't want to be a part of? Can I just say that? Can I say that I would choose the Green Party in this?"
The hashtag #squadgoals is often used to describe Swift and her friend group, which includes actresses, models and musicians. Many appeared in her "Bad Blood" music video and joined her on stage during her 1989 world tour. The women are also at the top of her guest list for her annual Fourth of July party. Last month, Blake Lively, Karlie Kloss, Uzo Aduba and Ruby Rose were just some of the stars to attend the bash at her Rhode Island home.
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