Gigi Hadid No Longer Walking in Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2017

Every Theory on Why Gigi Hadid Suddenly Dropped Out of the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show

The Victoria's Secret angels are spreading their wings to Shanghai today for the taping of the sexiest runway show of the year-the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, obvi. She came under fire earlier in the year for being "racist" after her model sister shared a since-deleted video of her laughing and squinting her eyes while holding a cookie featuring the face of a samurai.

"I'm so bummed I won't be able to make it to China this year". "Love my VS family, and will be with all my girls in spirit!" Gigi didn't offer any specific reasons as to why she couldn't make it work in her schedule, but she's been so busy with capsule collections, editorial and advertising campaigns, and her new Stuart Weitzman shoe launch, we'd be surprised if she could have made it happen.

Walking the show is a dream for a lot of models, so we can't imagine having them crushed like this!

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Hadid had previously announced in August that she would walk in the show again. Here's hoping the gang's back together next year!

It's also been reported that some of the models who booked the show will no longer be participating as they've also been denied work visas. I'm really excited to go.

One insider griped to Page Six about wanting viewers to actually see city: "If you're going to China, you want to show that you are in China!" Bella captioned on Instagram Wednesday. Fashionista notes that the record label hasn't confirmed the news yet, but Styles' next tour performance isn't until November 23 (three days after the fashion show is filmed) in Singapore.

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