Leave it to Taylor Swift to make her best gal pals feel like real winners — twice! The 1989 singer gathered her “Bad Blood” squad together at her home on Wednesday, Nov. 18, to celebrate their MTV Video Music Award win once more, this time with trophies in hand.
Swift’s troop of Hollywood’s most powerful influencers included Gigi Hadid, Cara Delevingne, Karlie Kloss, Mariska Hargitay, Selena Gomez, Lily Alridge, Cindy Crawford, and Cindy Crawford’s daughter, Kaia Gerber.
“Thanks for the @MTV #MoonMan @TaylorSwift!” Crawford captioned an epic shot of herself with some members of Swift’s squad on Instagram on Thursday, Nov. 19. In it, she, Swift, Kloss, Delevingne, and 14-year-old Kaia all pose with their statues and matching shocked looks. “Think this guy is going to love his new home in Malibu… #badblood.”
Swift, clad in a lace Nightcap playsuit, 25, happily shared a photo of her cat, Olivia Benson, taking a nip at her trophy.
“Olivia Benson chewing on Olivia Benson’s moon man because she is so disrespectful,” she captioned a cute shot of her fluffy pal. “So glad @therealmariskahargitay took it home and away from this monster.”
But the “Bad Blood” singer’s generosity didn’t stop there. On Thursday, Swift also sat down with up-and-coming artist to chat about songwriting.
The 19-year-old singer-songwriter’s single “Here,” about a bad party, made her an overnight success earlier this year (Cara even performed with Swift at the Tampa, Fla., stop of her 1989 tour on Halloween.)
In an exclusive interview with Yahoo! Music, Cara opened up about her philosophy about entering the music business.
“I think it’s something that’s always been important to me — music first,” she told Swift. “And I always knew that when I did this one day, if I did this one day, if I were to go around and play my music for labels, shop it around, and try to get signed, I would make it a point to be like, ‘This is who I am, I dress the way I want to dress,’ and I just wanted to find a label that would accept me for that so they wouldn’t try to mold me into anything.”
Swift pointed out at one point during the interview that there “hasn’t been a hit song about a party being lame.”
“That’s funny, and it’s really true,” Cara admitted. “And it’s funny, because I hear now that it gets played at parties.”
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