Too Much Hotness On One Stage: T-Swift Concert Turns Runway Show

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GigiHadidTaylorSwift So much hotness on one stage… It was a runway showdown at Taylor Swift’s 1989 tour in Detroit Saturday night.  Swift, 25, took the show to another level when she surprised her audience by calling supermodel BFF’s, Gigi Hadid and Martha Hunt, up on stage to strut their stuff while performing her hit single “Style.”

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Hadid, 20, and Hunt, 26, put their model skills to work as they walked the whole length of the Ford Field Stadium runway.  The hotness was overwhelming!  Swift took to social media posting an pic of the three with the caption, “when two of your best friends strut the runway with you during ‘Style’.” Of course all T-Swift fans know this is not the first time we’ve seen this trio together – the three also appeared together in the singer’s “Bad Blood” music video. See what all three beauties had to say about the magical night!

When two of your best friends strut the runway with you during 'Style'… #1989TourDetroit @gigihadid @marhunt

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Gigi turning up the heat and thanking pal Swift for the unforgettable moment, “will never forget this moment. T, you are amazing.  Detroit, you are amazing.  Thank you for sharing tonight with me!!!!! #1989WorldTour.”
Martha working the runway, stating in the caption that it was her “first time walking the runway for 50,000 people LIVE.  Thank you @taylorswift.”

First time walking the runway for 50,000 people LIVE Thank you @taylorswift

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Swift looked overjoyed to be sharing the night with her girls.

Home Slice, Catastrophe, and Slay-Z. @marhunt @gigihadid #1989TourDetroit

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Swift’s song says it best, “They’ll never go out of style.”

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