Fans will be able to see this year’s annual Victoria’s Secret fashion show, titled the 2018 Victoria’s Secret Holiday Special, on ABC next month, on December 2.
The brand’s legendary Angels will join a whole host of fellow models – including famous faces Kendall Jenner, Bella Hadid, and Gigi Hadid.
Who are the Angels walking in this year’s catwalk?
The internationally-known lingerie company has announced its line-up of Angels starring in the show this year.
Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Candice Swanepoel have also been picked to wear the Victoria’s Secret wings.
Behave Prinsloo – who has returned this year after a three-year hiatus – will once again step out on the runway as an Angel, as will Jasmine Tookes, Josephine Skriver, and Lais Ribeiro.
Other models who have been named as the current Victoria’s Secret Angels are Martha Hunt, Romee Strijd, Sara Sampaio, and Stella Maxwell.
The final Angel in this year’s line-up is Taylor Hill, who has been chosen to open the upcoming show.
But the Angels aren’t the only models who will appear in the incredible fashion event.
In fact, onlookers will watch Victoria’s Secret executive producer Ed Razek has assured fans that 60 of the world’s top models are set to make an appearance, for the show he called their “most ambitious yet”.
So, who are the stunning models confirmed to be on the catwalk?
Express.co.uk contacted a representative for Victoria’s Secret in order to find out the confirmed list – who said they don’t release it.
The list is lengthy, with more than 55 of the stars having said they will be on the catwalk via social media.
Winnie Harlow, Alannah Walton, Kelsey Merritt, and Sadie Newman all look like they’ll be making their debut on the VS catwalk this year – in addition to Maia Cotton, Lorena Rae, and Iesha Hodges.
Melie Tiachoh, Cheyenne Maya, Yasmin Wijnaldum, and Myrtle Bolt also seem set to be some of the newcomers joining the VS runway regulars.
This is the list of models who will be joining the Angels to walk the VS Fashion Show this year, according to Fashion Gone Rogue: