Lily Aldridge is stepping up to defend Taylor Swift's squad.
As previously reported, the singer's group of friends was recenty criticized by Demi Lovato, who slammed the group for lacking "normal bodies."
Aldridge spoke to E! News at the Golden Heart Awards for Gods Love We Deliver in New York City Tuesday night, telling the outlet that Swift's group of girlfriends is "really nice."
"We are a really nice group of women who support each other and really, genuinely have each others' back and it's awesome," she said. "That's something to be about."
The group of famous friends recently attended a private Kings of Leon concert, hosted by Sirius XM and aired on Alt Nation. That night's group included Swift, Aldridge (whose husband Caleb Followill is a member of the rock group,) Dakota Johnson, Cara Delevingne, Lorde, Zoë Kravitz, Suki Waterhouse, Lily Donaldson and Martha Hunt.
"My husband's new album came out on Friday and it's so amazing. I was listening to it on the way here, I was like, ‘Is it nerdy that I'm pumping it in my car loud by myself?' But I'm so proud of him. It's so amazing. It's so exciting," Aldridge shared. "So I called my girls, we all had the best time, fanned out. It was awesome."
When asked if her husband would ever collaborate with Swift, the model didn't dismiss the idea.
"Who knows?" she said. "Maybe! We're all besties."