Victoria's Secret is heading to China

Victoria's Secret is heading to China

Victoria's Secret is heading to China

It's no longer a secret - the Angels are flying to Shanghai this November to strut their stuff in Victoria's Secret show.

The star has disabled comments from her Instagram post, but the hateful comments are still present on Twitter.

In other Kendall Jenner news, the model has been continuously confusing her fans and followers with her dating life as she regularly steps out with different men.

"Thank you my friends @ed_razek @10magazine @johndavidpfeiffer @monica.nitro for another unforgettable opportunity; every aspect makes me feel like a dreaming kid again (as shown here at last year's fitting, by @jeromeduran)!". However, not everyone was as excited at the prospect of the eldest Hadid making her way to Shanghai, China, for the spectacle.

Models Elsa Hosk, Jasmine Tookes, Josephine Skriver, Lais Ribeiro, Martha Hunt, Romee Strijd, Sara Sampaio, Stella Maxwell and Taylor Hill will also walk in this year's show.

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The show, which has been staged in iconic cities including New York, London and Paris, will be held on Nov 28.

The 22-year-old model took to Instagram on Monday (28Aug17) to reveal she'll be walking the catwalk again. The annual event is the world's most celebrated and most watched fashion show, and this year it will be seen in more than 190 countries.

Although the controversy dates back to early this year, members of the Asian community are still angry about Hadid's video.

In February, the supermodel came under fire after her younger sister, Bella Hadid, posted a video of Gigi slanting her eyes to mimic a Buddha statue.

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