Martha Hunt thinks we need ''more people like Taylor Swift''.

The 26-year-old model has praised the 'Blank Space' hitmaker for being a role model to young women.

She gushed to Hamptons magazine: ''Taylor Swift - I can't say enough good things about her. I admire her so much as a person and as a role model for young women.

''I think we need more people like [Taylor]; people who want to bring women together and not oversexualise themselves. Plus, she's talented, and she's just the best.''

Meanwhile, the 25-year-old beauty previously admitted she felt ''really lucky'' to have such good friends, many of which starred alongside her in her 'Bad Blood' music video.

She said: ''I can say I'm really lucky to have friends like Karlie [Kloss], Lena [Dunham] and Selena [Gomez] that I can call at any time day or night and who understand how my life feels.''

Speaking about their themed parties, she added: ''Sometimes we organise themed nights. We all agree to make nice Shirley Temple cocktails, go to the new Ralph Lauren restaurant.''

'Girls' star Lena recently dubbed Taylor the leader of a ''witches' coven''.

She explained: ''Speaking of camp mother, I feel that Taylor [Swift] has really taken control and said, 'I'm going to get us all together in the same place, I'm gonna make it very clear that friendship is powerful and women are magic and if anybody thinks this is a witches' coven they might be right.' She's just made it her job in a very cool way.''