Taylor Swift struts stage with model BFFs Martha Hunt and Gigi Hadid ... and it's fierce!

Taylor Swift Brings Bad Blood Co-Stars Gigi Hadid & Martha Hunt Onstage

It was a model night for Taylor Swift in Detroit on Saturday!

The 25-year-old superstar set the bar high with an early sold-out tour stop at Ford Field Stadium, where she brought a few familiar faces along with her.

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"When two of your best friends strut the runway with you during 'Style,'" Swift tweeted just after the two hour show.

As she performed the chart-topper, Swift made good on her promise of "some surprises" as she introduced model friends Martha Hunt and Gigi Hadid. A Victoria's Secret Angel, Hunt was also among the singer's femme fatales featured in the "Bad Blood" video, where she played "HomeSlice." Hadid, a Sports Illustrated model, starred in the video as "Slay-Z."

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"When the #1989TourDetroit turned into a fashion show thanks to @iammarthahunt and @GiGiHadid," Taylor wrote on Twitter.

While Swift sparkled in a silver fringe dress, both BFFs looked sexy sleek in all black as they strutted a massive catwalk that extended into the sea of Swifties.

T. Swift retweeted one fan's awe-struck tweet, asking what everyone was thinking: "Did this really happen right before my eyes or was it a dream?"

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Before sharing the stage in Detroit, the besties were spotted just days prior as they unintentionally recreated the "Bad Blood" music video while strolling through Manhattan's Soho neighborhood.

As for the Michigan stop during Taylor's massive "1989 World Tour," which runs through December (so far!): Hunt and Hadid weren't the only night's shockers. Imagine Dragons lead singer Dan Reynolds joined Swift for a blazing rendition of the band's hit "Radioactive."

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