Swift 'should stick to the singing' says Victoria's Secret model

Swift 'should stick to the singing' says Victoria's Secret model

Taylor Swift "didn't fit in" on the Victoria's Secret catwalk, according to model Jessica Hart.

The 23-year-old singer performed at the annual fashion show in New York on Wednesday, but Australian lingerie model Jessica wasn't impressed by her on the runway.

Swift 'should stick to the singing' says Victoria's Secret model

(Taylor Swift, left, performs as model Karlie Kloss walks the runway)

Asked if the leggy 'I Knew You Were Trouble' star could pull it off as a Victoria's Secret model, Jessica replied bluntly: "No."

Speaking to Women's Wear Daily at the after show party at New York hotspot Tao, she said: "I think, you know what, God bless her heart. I think she's great. But I don't know, to me, she didn't fit. I don't know if I should say that.

"I think what you find is that for a lot of us, we've been working for 14, 15 years, what it takes to make it here comes from experience and confidence and knowing how to be confident with yourself.

"I think it comes with age. It's definitely the benchmark of all jobs."

Although Jessica wasn't a fan of Taylor, model Karlie Kloss was a bit star struck by her performance, wearing a Union Jack print mini-dress, accompanied with a matching train and top hat.

Swift 'should stick to the singing' says Victoria's Secret model

(Swift sings with Patrick Stump and Pete Wentz of Fall Out Boy )

The 21-year-old model said: "She and I need to be best friends!"

"I think she's the coolest young girl. She's a great role model, and I love her music. It's happening. I mean, girl power."

(Taylor with Lily Alridge)

Victoria's Secret model Lily Aldridge, 28, agreed with Karlie, she said: "[Taylor] is one of my best friends, so we had so much fun."

Swift 'should stick to the singing' says Victoria's Secret model

(Karlie Kloss at the Victoria's Secret show)

Swift 'should stick to the singing' says Victoria's Secret model

(Alessandra Ambrosio)

(Pictures: Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)

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