Taylor Swift Concert

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Taylor Swift upped the fierce factor during a recent concert of her 1989 tour.

At her gig at Ford Field in Detroit on Saturday, the 25-year-old country-turned-pop star brought onstage two of her BFFs and co-stars from her recent femme fatale-themed "Bad Blood" music videoVictoria's Secret supermodel Martha Hunt, 26, and model Gigi Hadid, 20.

The blonde trio strutted down a mock runway as Swift performed her hit "Style" from her new hit album 1989. She sported a backless, jeweled, fringed halter neck romper, paired with sparkling platform strappy sandals. Hunt wore a black lace mini-dress with a high neckline and matching ankle boots, while Hadid donned a black, long sleeve lace top, matching high-waist skinny pants and similar booties.

"Home Slice, Catastrophe, and Slay-Z," Swift said on Instagram.

Hunt and Gigi also shared videos of themselves onstage.

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

A video posted by Martha Hunt (@marhunt) on

"So this just happened @taylorswift @gigihadid #1989 #squad #unforgettable," Hunt wrote.

A photo posted by Martha Hunt (@marhunt) on

"Will never forget this moment. T, you are amazing. Detroit, you are amazing," Hadid said. "Thank you for sharing tonight with me!!!!! #1989WorldTour"

Swift also performed the song "Bad Blood" as well as singles "Shake It Off" and "Blank Space," all featured on 1989, her first major all-pop record. She also sang a pop version of her country hit "Love Story," grabbed her electric guitar for a rock version of her pop anthem "We Are Never Ever Getting Back Together" and belted out her popular breakup track "I Knew You Were Trouble."

Swift also brought onstage Dan Reynolds from the rock band Imagine Dragons to sing his group's 2012 hit "Radioactive."

"RAGE FEST," Swift said on Instagram.

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