Taylor Swift's squad has taken over the VMAs!
The blonde beauty assembled an army of her "Bad Blood" stars, and together the ten ladies looked drop-dead gorgeous while posing all together on the MTV red carpet.
The music video vixens stunned in an array of gowns, while T-Swift rocked dark cat-eye makeup, and a sequined, houndstooth-print Ashish pantsuit right in the center. Even when surrounded by a pack of supermodels, Swifty still looked absolutely incredible.
Selena Gomez -- aka Arsyn, the villainess of the music video -- stood next to her "Wildest Dreams" BFF, wearing a sexy little black dress with her hair in in glamorous loose waves.
"Bad Blood" is nominated for VMAs' coveted Video of the Year category and Swift herself is up for nine awards in total, making her the most-nominated artist of the night.
Which other "Bad Blood" badasses were photographed with the music icon? Gigi Hadid (Slay-Z), Martha Hunt (Homeslice), Hailee Steinfeld (The Trinity), Cara Delevigne (Mother Chucker) Serayah (Dilemma), Karlie Kloss (Kickoout), Lily Aldridge (Frostbyte), and Mariska Hargitay (Justice) all looked flawless as they posed together in a pack of girl power perfection.
ET caught up with one of Swift's top squad members, Hailee Steinfeld, right after she walked the carpet with her kickass co-stars.
"I'm so excited to be here with Taylor and all the "Bad Blood" girls that are here," Steinfeld, who looked wonderful in all-white , spilled. "I'm also really excited. I have a single out and this is kind of like quite the intro to the music world for me. This is my first time here, there's a lot that I'm excited about."
Luckily, the Pitch Perfect 2 actress, already has plenty of music superstars in her BFF phone book her can help her with her journey. "I'm very lucky to have friends that i'm able to surround myself with that are such pros," Steinfeld shared.
Which of Taylor's squad members do you think looked the best on the VMAS red carpet? What would you do to score an invite into T-Swift's social circle? Share your thoughts with @ETnow on Twitter.