Taylor Swift's friend squad became a ubiquitous force in Hollywood in 2015. These days, the singer is laying low to work on her much-anticipated next album, so the squad is too—they haven't made any major recent public (or Instagram) appearances together. Feeling nostalgic? Here's everything the squad members, past and present, have said about the famously #goals group.More
After an interview made it seem like she had denounced Taylor and the squad, Lorde took to Twitter to set the record straight, saying she still loves Taylor, but she's not a huge fan of the squad label. "I've always found people's perception of this 'squad' idea frustrating in the past; it was never some exclusive club or secret society, but a wide circle of people, some of whom I know, and some I've never met, like the most wide group of friends," she wrote. "Forgive me for the mild eye roll I popped when it was brought up as if we're all blood members of a secret cult."
"We are a really nice group of women who support each other and really, genuinely have each others' back and it's awesome," Lily told E! Online in 2016. "That's something to be about."