Taylor Swift Brought The WHOLE Squad Along For Her Night Out Last Night

She's not one to do things by halves.

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Despite all of the Grammys/Calvin Harris/Tom Hiddleston drama over the last nine months, one thing that seems to have remained solid in Taylor’s life is her star-studded gang of female friends.

If Tay and her ladies have had fallings out, they’ve kept it well under the radar, and judging by these snaps from her recent girls’ night out, the crew are as tight as ever.

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Taylor was pictured heading to a private Kings Of Leon concert in New York last night with not one, not two but five of her coven: Lorde, Cara Delevingne, Lily Donaldson, Suki Waterhouse and Martha Hunt.

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Just one night previously, she was photographed heading for dinner with Cara, Suki and (new recruit) Dakoka Johnson.

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It’s been a while since we’ve seen Taylor organise a large-scale squad gathering – somehow we reckon she must be the lynchpin in this friend group – but recently one of its members, Hailee Steinfeld, revealed the friends stay in touch via WhatsApp when they’re not together.

“We try to [speak a lot]. It’s so crazy being all over the world at the same time and rarely being in the same place at the same time. But it’s so much fun to stay in contact and find each other along the way and all get caught up,” she told BBC Radio One Breakfast.

Back in July, Taylor hosted a massive Fourth Of July bash at her Rhode Island beach house, providing inflatable water slides, matching swimsuits and personalised banners for her friends. Among those present at the blow-out party were Ed Sheeran, Blake Lively, a reluctant-looking Ryan Reynolds, Cara, her then-girlfriend St Vincent, Karlie Kloss, Gigi Hadid and Taylor’s ex Tom Hiddleston.

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This week’s gathering wasn’t quite as elaborate, but the guest list was certainly just as high-profile. It must be the Taylor Effect…