Here are the best backstage Instagrams from the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show for all us non-angels to enjoy
Bella grew up
Since last year's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show most of us have accomplished about three things:
We've lived through the swearing in of Trump, we've lived through Salt Bae and we've made it out alive on the other end of that free one-piece bathing suit scandal that rocked our collective consciousness.
But we shouldn't be too proud of ourselves just yet, because while most of us are crawling into December looking like this:
The VS Angels have come out looking like this:
Martha Hunt and Jasmine Tookes
Karlie Kloss and Adriana Lima
Tag yourself, I'm the guy walking behind Bella with the camera.
CBS will air the show next Tuesday, November 28, at 10 pm EST, so try drinking some more water before then and buying a few face masks if you want to feel even a bit better about yourself.
It probably won't help much.
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