The Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles was filled with some of the biggest names in the music industry during the 32rd annual MTV Video Music Awards show held Sunday. Some of the celebrities, who wowed fans and the media alike, was Taylor Swift, one of the awards night’s biggest winners. During the show, Swift posed with her all girl glam squad, which included Selena Gomez, Cara Delevingne, Karlie Kloss, Martha Hunt, Serayah, Hailee Steinfeld, Mariska Hargitay, Lily Aldridge and Gigi Hadid.

Swift and her nine-girl member squad looked amazing during the VMAs red carpet event, E!News reported. The “Bad Blood” singer wore a metallic-patterned crop top, which showed off her toned tummy, along with a matching harem pants. The singer had her hair pulled back and completed her bold look with thick cat eye styled eyeliner. 

The group even managed to take a selfie during an elevator ride after the MTV VMA show. The picture was uploaded by Victoria’s Secret official Instagram account, who captioned the image, “The #VMAs are over, you can all go home now. This elevator ride wins everything!  #girlsquad #goals.”

However, before the girl group made their VMA red carpet appearance, Swift reportedly took to Twitter and shared a short clip of herself with her beautiful girl friends preparing for the event. The pop singer wrote, “Headed to red carpet.... #VMAs #squadUP.”

Aside from Swift and her girl squad’s awesome red carpet appearance, the singer and songwriter also unveiled the music video for her latest single “Wildest Dreams” during the pre-show of Sunday’s MTV Video Music Awards, People reported. Swift’s newest music video reportedly drew inspiration from “The Notebook” and starred Scott Eastwood as the singer’s leading man. Swift played a Hollywood starlet in the “Wildest Dreams” clip, who fell in love with her sexy co-star, as they filmed and promoted a movie together.

Swift won four out of her nine 2015 MTV VMA nominations. According to Us Weekly, the “You Belong With Me” singer nabbed Best Collaboration for “Bad Blood” which featured Kendrick Lamar, Best Pop Video and Best Female Video for “Blank Space." She also won the 2015 MTV Video of the Year award for “Bad Blood.”

Other winners included Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars’ “Uptown Funk” as Best Male Video, and Nicki Minaj as Best Hip Hop Video for “Anaconda.”

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