Jessica Hart dumped by Victoria's Secret

CANDICE CHUNG
Last updated 13:21 03/12/2013
Jessica Hart
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In the fashion industry, there are certain people you should never cross. 

And by 'certain people', we actually only mean Taylor Swift.  

When model and Victoria's Secret Angel Jessica Hart was asked whether Taylor Swift would ever "pull it off" as a lingerie model after the latter performed on the runway at the latest VS fashion show, Hart told the journalist, "No... God bless her heart. I think she's great... But I don't know, to me, she didn't fit."

She elaborated by saying, Swift lacked the "experience and confidence and knowing how to be confident with yourself. I think it comes with age." 

And just like that, according to Page Six, Hart is dropped from next year's shows and is reportedly also taken off the brand's upcoming catalogues. Apparently the VS executives are "furious".

Hart tried to patch things up by telling US magazine she "adored" Taylor Swift, "I was so excited to be with her at the Victoria Secret Fashion Show... She is a true rock star and she absolutely killed it the other night." 

But the damage was done. Moral of the story? You never know who's a die-hard-I'll-do-anything-for Taylor Swift fan.

- Daily Life

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