Karlie Kloss: Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” Video Needs To Be a Full-Length Movie
Karlie Kloss thinks Taylor Swift should turn her “Bad Blood” video into a movie. “I think it should be a full-length feature film premiering next year at Cannes,” said Kloss in an interview with The Hollywood Reporter on Friday.
However, as Gossip Cop reported, a source close to Swift told us the singer has no plans to turn the music video into a movie. Kloss was one of several celebrities to appear in Swift’s “Bad Blood” video, which debuted last Sunday at the Billboard Music Awards. In the video, Kloss’ alter ego “Knockout” was seen fighting Swift’s character “Catastrophe” in a boxing ring. “Any day you get to go to work and hang out with your best friends is a good day,” said Kloss about her experience shooting the music video.
She also praised her best friend for breaking Vevo’s record for most-viewed video in a 24-hour period. Swift’s “Bad Blood” video raked in 20.1 million views the first day it was released online. Nicki Minaj previously held the title for “Anaconda.” “[Taylor’s] breaking records left and right this year,” noted Kloss.
Other celebs who appeared in “Bad Blood” were Selena Gomez, Zendaya, Serayah, Jessica Alba, Lily Aldridge, Martha Hunt, Cara Delevingne, Gigi Hadid, Cindy Crawford, Ellen Pompeo, Ellie Goulding, Lena Dunham, Hailee Steinfeld, Mariska Hargitay and Hayley Williams. Kendrick Lamar also made an appearance in the video for two rap verses. Check out the video below of Karlie Kloss talking about Taylor Swift’s “Bad Blood” video, and tell us what you think.