The 24-year-old supermodel has come under fire after she cancelled her appearance on Australia's early morning breakfast show 'Sunrise' after producers told her there were ''no guarantees'' that she wouldn't be questioned on her showbiz pal.
Speaking to Australia's The Daily Telegraph, she said when asked about why she backed out: ''I won't tell my private information because I value my friendships.''
And it wasn't just the 'Shake it Off' hitmaker who was off bounds in the interview as the blonde bombshell also refused to talk about politics, US President Donald Trump and her boyfriend Joshua Kushner, who happens to be Ivanka Trump's brother-in-law.
Although fans of 'Sunrise' were no doubt devastated about the last minute cancellation, it's believed the show isn't the only publication to be on the receiving end of Karlie's demands as her interviews have reportedly been patrolled by a team of five managers.
Karlie - who was born and raised in Chicago - flew into Sydney on Monday after she spent a few days in Melbourne at the women's and men's finals of the Australian Open.
It's not known if her boyfriend Joshua accompanied her Down Under but she had nothing but praise for him when she was questioned about their romance this week.
She told Australia's OK! magazine: ''I was definitely not planning on falling in love. But I think that's the thing about it, you can't anticipate or plan it.''
The beautiful star first started dating the technology entrepreneur in 2012 and the couple marked their fourth anniversary in June with a gushy post online.
Alongside a photograph of them on a hike, Karlie wrote: ''Four years ago today I met my best friend. I love you more everyday. (sic)''
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