The Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2015 kicked off with Behati Prinsloo strutting down the catwalk while several A-listers watched from the front row. There was a riot of colours, lots of rock music to tap the feet to and a host of long-legged models sashaying down the VS runway.

Lily Aldridge modelled this year's Victoria's Secret US$2 million Fantasy Bra. A line of models who walked behind her were in bold and bright fiery designs. When The Weeknd sang “Can’t Feel My Face,” Aldridge was the first to walk up to him.

Selena Gomez dished out a medley from her new album, “Revival.” The singer looked stunning in a silky black dress with a plunging neckline. The former Disney star got a little naughty on stage when she slapped Gigi Hadid’s bottom as the model showed off the lingerie brand’s nightwear. British singer Ellie Goulding also shone onstage and belted out some of her catchy numbers, Bustle reports.

Meanwhile, this is the first time that Gigi and her pal, Kendall Jenner, were able to strut the runway for VS. Kendall's prominent parents, Kris Jenner and Caitlyn Jenner, cheered for their daughter from the front row. Kendall refused to allow her sisters to watch her out of nervousness, but did count on her parents for moral support.

This year, the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show returned to New York where it originally started 20 years ago. The annual fashion extravaganza launched the success of some of the world’s most beautiful models in its history. VS veterans include Candice Swanepoel, Adriana Lima, Miranda Kerr and Alessandra Ambrosio, to name a few.

There were 10 new angels this year who took to the stage, some of whom are Kate Grigorieva, Taylor Hill, Elsa Hosk, Martha Hunt, Stella Maxwell and Sara Sampaio. The complete line-up of 44 models in total was the biggest cast in Victoria’s Secret Show history, Mirror reports. All the models fell in line backstage before returning to the catwalk for one final pass. A lot of confetti fell from the rafters and the crowd was up on their feet cheering away.

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