The Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising star revealed to Complex in her cover story that Taylor Swift, the woman who basically brought the notion of
friendship collecting having a squad to the mainstream, once tried to recruit her for her girl gang.
When asked if she knows Swift, Moretz, who is friends with squad member Selena Gomez, simply replied, “Yes.” When pressed about if Swift had ever asked the actress to join her group of BFFs, who the “Wildest Dreams” singer literally paraded up and down the stage during her 1989 World Tour, Moretz carefully responded, “Yes.”
“She’s a very talented person,” she told the reporter, who noted that Moretz seemed to have the “urge to unleash bubbling and rising to the top of her throat” but refrained from doing so as she “knows the repercussions of those things becoming public.”
Talking about feminism and cliques, the 19-year-old further explained her stance on equality and inclusion.
“It’s about equality—and it’s not just about women being powerful,” she said. “It’s about races being powerful; genders being powerful.”
“They appropriate exclusivity,” Moretz explained about the idea of having a squad. “They’re cliques!”
As for dating, the ultimate two-person squad? Moretz, who was once linked to Brooklyn Beckham, insisted that she’s only having fun at the moment and not looking to be in a serious commitment at the moment.
“I have no real plans,” she told the magazine. “I don’t want anything right now. I can’t handle that right now.”
“I want to be with someone who’s adventurous and wants to go do something,” she added. “Don’t take me to Nobu and get me nigiri. I’m OK. I can take myself to Nobu. I don’t need someone to take me to Nobu.”