Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood' music video will star her BFFs
Now we know why Taylor has been gathering up female friends lately - to be in her kick-ass Bad Blood squad
[Updated 13 May 2015] More and more people are being added to the cast of Bad Blood (yes, Karlie Kloss included!) See all the posters here.
We don't know if you unapologetically stalk Taylor Swift on Instagram, Twitter or Tumblr (ahem, we don't stalk, we follow) but if you do you will have noticed the stream of Sin City-like movie posters featuring her and a few of her best friends.
These posters are actually sneak peeks for her upcoming music video for Bad Blood.
"Band-Aids don't fix bullet holes," the posters read, a line from Bad Blood's catchy lyrics. The song is upbeat, a little like Blank Space, but more of a testimony to Taylor's grim attitude towards people who mess with her.
The ladies from Taylor's clique give off an unmistakeable femme fatale vibe and each have a code name. If Sucker Punch had a sequel, this is what it would look like. (Where's Karlie Kloss?)
Pictured above are Taylor as Catastrophe and Lily Aldridge as Frostbyte. The rest of the team are...
Zendaya as Cut-Throat and Hayley Williams as The Crimson Curse.
Gigi Hadid as Slay-Z and Ellie Goulding as Destructa X.
Hailee Steinfeld as The Trinity and Lena Dunham Lucky Fiori.
The Bad Blood music video is set to premiere at the Billboard Music Awards this Sunday, 17 May. Viewers in Malaysia can catch the awards at 8am on Monday, 18 May on RTL CBS Entertainment (HyppTV Channel 616).
Back to Tay's softer, kinder side: on Mother's Day she wrote a letter to Kaileen, a fan who reached out to the singer for help coping with the loss of her mother. Read Taylor's heartwarming reply and let the tears roll.