By PEOPLE.COM/Jordan Runtagh
Updated: Oct 14, 2018 @ 4:05 pm

Make no mistake — there is no bad blood between Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss.

The 26-year-old modeling superstar denied persistent rumors that she had fallen out with the 28-year-old Reputation queen while filming a recent 73 Questions segment with Vogue.

“I just have to get this out of the way, because the world deserves to know: is everything cool with you and Taylor?” came the question from the unseen off-camera interviewer.

“The world needs to know?” Kloss responded with a laugh. “Well, Jennifer Lawrence was interested. Jen, don’t worry, Taylor and I are still really good friends.”

Back in August, Kloss attended Swift’s concert as the Reputation Tour passed through Nashville. What’s more — she posted a sweet selfie with the 28-year-old pop star on Instagram to prove it.

“No one puts on a show like @taylorswift … Nashville was out of this world, I am SO proud of you,” Kloss captioned the photo. She also added the hashtag #ReputationTour along with the microphone, twinkling stars and black heart emojis.

The newly engaged model was also seen by fans that night recording Swift with her phone from the VIP section and dancing to “Blank Space.”

Rumors of an alleged feud have swirled ever since Swift left Kloss’s name off her “Junior Jewels” T-shirt — which was filled with all of the singer’s pals including Gigi Hadid, Selena Gomez and Ed Sheeran — in one of the scenes of her “Look What You Made Me Do” music video.

Months later, in January, Kloss sent fans into a tizzy after she posted a video of herself dribbling a basketball during a shoot for Love magazine, which she initially captioned, “Swish Swish.” But after fans accused her of shading Swift by referencing Katy Perry’s rumored diss track about the singer, Kloss quietly changed the caption to read “Nothing but net.”

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Kloss — who first met Swift in 2013 at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show — tried to put feud rumors to rest by wishing Swift a happy birthday on Instagram in December of last year.

And in a March 2018 interview with The New York Times about Kode with Klossy, an intensive coding boot camp and scholarship program for young women interested in science and math, the supermodel revealed her friendship with Swift was still going strong.

“Don’t believe everything you read,” Kloss told the newspaper, adding she talks to Swift frequently.

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