Demi Lovato is the subject of the wrath of Taylor Swift fans after she appeared to have thrown shade at the “Bad Blood” singer during an interview with Glamour.

Speaking about feminism, Lovato opposed Swift’s “squad” and the way of thinking the group is promoting.

“To be honest, and this will probably get me in trouble, I don’t see anybody in any sort of squad that has a normal body,” the singer said. “It’s kind of this false image of what people should look like. And what they should be like, and it’s not real.”

Lovato is not the only one who has spoken in opposition to Swift’s female friend parade. Here are three other celebrities who have shared their dismay about “squads.”

Miley Cyrus

Cyrus told The New York Times that she’s not interested in being part of a large group of female celebrities. The singer said she would much rather spend time with people she knows outside the entertainment industry than build a group of popular celebrities.

“None of my friends are famous and not because of any other reason than I just like real people who are living real lives, because I’m inspired by them,” the singer-actress explained.

Chloe Grace Moretz

Moretz revealed that she was asked to join Swift’s squad, but she refused because she’s not a fan of cliques. The actress also said that she does not believe in women rising above men, and instead she wants equality for all genders and races. That is why she is against “girl squads.”

In an interview with Complex, Moretz said: “They appropriate exclusivity. They’re cliques.”


When asked if she would consider being part of Swift’s squad, Rihanna told NME that “it doesn’t make sense” because they are not exactly close and their brands are different.

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