Gigi Hadid Admits Taylor Swift Gives The Best Relationship Advice, Unsurprisingly

NEW YORK, NY - OCTOBER 16: Gigi Hadid attends God's Love We Deliver, Golden Heart Awards on October 16, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Michael Kors)
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Even though she's currently taking a break from dating, it doesn't mean that Taylor Swift isn't still a pro when it comes to relationships. Not only do her song lyrics show she's wise about love, but her advice to others proves it. Swift recently gave a break-up playlist to a fan who reached out to her on Tumblr. Plus, she's also the go-to relationship guru among her BFFs. Case in point? In a recent interview with Elle.com, Gigi Hadid dished about her famous friends, including Tay Swift. When asked about Swift, Hadid confirmed what we're all thinking, saying,

Taylor always wants to talk relationships, love her for that...  She's just good at it, but it's not necessarily to talk about one certain guy, we just have a lot of relationship talks in general.

Hadid admitted she went to Swift for advice during her brief break with current boyfriend Cody Simpson. (Luckily, the two got back together and all is well!) In addition to Swift, she has quite the squad. Hadid regularly hangs with Kendall Jenner and claims to bring out her goofy side.

I feel like we all bring different sides out of each other. I think I make Kendall [Jenner] more goofy than she is... She has a really good sense of humor, but it's more dry. But when I am around her, she gets more goofy. I do this baby voice that only really comes out around my friends and Kendall is starting to do it and she's like "G, I hate you, you're making me do the baby voice…"
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As for the rest of their famous pals? Hadid explains the dynamic:

Lily [Aldridge] is very motherly, she's like my big sister. Cara [Delevingne] is just Cara, you guys know Cara. Selena [Gomez] is very sweet. 

None of that is surprising in the least bit. She also told Elle that the group hangs out "as much as we can when we are in the same place." 

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It's so refreshingly awesome to see a group of teens/twenty-somethings who support each other, instead of being catty. It's really what friendship and girl power are all about. Can we all follow their example, please?

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