Gigi Hadid has opened up about her close bond with her friends, fellow models Hailey Baldwin and Kendall Jenner, and confessed she is grateful to the beauties for their support.
Gigi Hadid is grateful for the ''support'' of Kendall Jenner and Hailey Baldwin.
The blonde beauty, 20, has revealed she loves that her close pals are fellow models as it means she can rely on the pair for help and advice.
Speaking of her friendship with Kendall, 19 and Hailey, 18, she said: ''I think it's really cool that I live in a generation of models where it's cool to be nice and it's cool to have friends and have friends that support each other.''
Gigi also counts Taylor Swift among her famous friends and is set to star in the video for her upcoming single 'Bad Blood' after the 25-year-old singer texted her to ask her to appear in the production.
She revealed to HollywoodLife.com: ''She texted me [and asked if I'd be in it]!''
The video is set to debut at this year's Billboard Music Awards and also stars Karlie Kloss, 22, Ellie Goulding, 28, Zendaya, 18, and Lena Dunham, 28.
Meanwhile, Gigi - who confirmed she had ended her romance with Australian singer Cody Simpson after two years of dating, last week - is now being linked to Joe Jonas after the pair were spotted enjoying lunch together in West Hollywood.
Gigi and Joe were also said to have grown close when she briefly called time on her relationship with Cody in November last year.
A spokesperson for the star recently confirmed that the couple had split due to their busy schedules but haven't ruled out the possibility of a reconciliation in the future.
They said: ''Cody and Gigi want each other to be in a place right now that allows him to only focus on his music, fans, and new message, while she can focus and continue building her career.
''They love each other dearly and have split up in hopes that growing on their own paths will bring them together in the future.''
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