Gigi Hadid 'so proud' of Taylor Swift

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Gigi Hadid is "so proud" of Taylor Swift.

The 20-year-old model has admitted she is in awe of the 'Shake It Off' hitmaker's success.

Taking to Twitter after attending the 25-year-old's concert in Los Angeles, she said: "I grew up a @Lakers super-fan & tonight my friend @taylorswift13 got a banner in the Staples Center presented to her by Kobe [Bryant]. Life, made.

"Also, don't know how many 1989 shows I've seen at this point, but I still belt every word and feel so proud every second. (sic)"

Meanwhile, there is no chance of any bad blood between Taylor and Gigi, who is dating the star's ex-boyfriend Joe Jonas, because the 'Style' hitmaker thinks "sisterhood" is more important than men.

She said: "It's almost like the sisterhood has such a higher place on the list of priorities for us. It's so much more important than some guy that it didn't work out with.

"Now more than ever we need to be good and kind to each other and not judge each other - and just because you have the same taste in men, we don't hold that against each other."

However, it hasn't always been that way as an insider previously claimed Taylor was "coming round" to the idea of the relationship.

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