Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood' Video Should Be a Movie, Karlie Kloss Says

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Taylor Swift in the 2015 music video for "Bad Blood".

When Taylor Swift hit the Billboard Music Awards red carpet with her "Bad Blood" co-stars on Sunday, Karlie Kloss was noticeably absent. That's because Swift's BFF was halfway across the world at the Cannes film festival in France -- but just because she wasn't in Las Vegas for the big premiere doesn't mean it wasn't on her mind.

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The Hollywood Reporter caught up with Kloss at the fest, and they asked about what it was like shooting the star-packed video.

"Any day you get to go to work and hang out with your best friends is a good day at the office," Kloss smiled. "I think it came out amazing. She just broke the record of all-time views in a 24-hour period or something crazy," Kloss added, citing the Vevo record Swift broke this week, topping Nicki Minaj's "Anaconda." "She's breaking records left and right this year."

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In fact, Kloss thinks the video is so epic that it shouldn't be contained to just four minutes. "I think she should turn it into a movie," she suggested. "I think it could be a full-length feature film -- premiering next year at Cannes!"

Watch her full interview below, with her "Bad Blood" comments starting at 2:01:

And check out Swift's full "Bad Blood" video here:


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