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Taylor Swift's 'Bad Blood' girl squad wins video of the year

USA TODAY logo USA TODAY 16/02/2016 Maeve McDermott

There's no bad blood in between Taylor Swift and the Grammys this year.

After kicking off the show with a win for best pop vocal album, Swift and her Bad Blood "girl squad" took home the trophy for best music video.

The video's producer Ron Morhoff took the stage to accept the award for Taylor and director Joseph Kahn, but unfortunately, unlike Jack Antonoff earlier in the show, Ron didn't have Tay on speed-dial.

"Hold on, I'm going to call Taylor — ah, I don't have her number!" he joked. 

Luckily, Taylor found out on her own, and totally freaked out with her BFF and co-star Selena Gomez.

Taylor Swift with Selena Gomez at the 2016 Grammy Awards © AP Photo Taylor Swift with Selena Gomez at the 2016 Grammy Awards Director Joseph Kahn couldn't accept the award — he's shooting with his Glambot on the red carpet! — but according to Morhoff, "he also wanted me to tell you he's a genius and very handsome."

He also had nothing but praise for Swift. "Neither of us would be here if it wasn't for Taylor. Thanks for your grace and sense of humor and work ethic, you're just incredible."


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