Alessandra Ambrosio Assesses Bella Hadid After VS Show

The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is bar none the sexiest, most intense spectacle on the planet.

On Wednesday night, the Angels and models walked down the halls of the Grand Palais in Paris, France alongside musical performers Lady Gaga, The Weeknd and Bruno Mars in what will go down as the most incredible Victoria's Secret Fashion Show of its time.

Veteran Angels like Alessandra Ambrosio and Adriana Lima were joined by newcomers like Bella Hadid and Irina Shayk -- and the Angels seemed to welcome the fresh-faced cherubs with open wings.

Elite Daily had the chance to speak with 35-year-old Ambrosio right after the show, specifically about her feelings toward some of this year's newest Victoria's Secret models.

When asked what she thinks of Bella Hadid joining the VS cast, she responded with a smile, saying,

I saw Bella through the screen, she looked so beautiful! It's great to see all the different personalities on the screen because that's what makes the show. 

This was Alessandra's 17th time walking in a Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, an accomplishment that seems physically impossible.

The mother-of-two has defied all laws of nature over the years.

She walked in the 2008 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show in Miami only three months after giving birth to her first child, and she wore 30-pound wings (the heaviest in the show) in the 2011 show while pregnant with her second.

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Bella Hadid's resume does not read quite like that, but the 20-year-old model has become a household name among Instagram-lovers and #RelationshipGoal enthusiasts.

Bella recently split from her boyfriend The Weeknd, who happened to be one of three performers at this year's show. But as we saw earlier today backstage, Bella was looking fresh and flawlessly unconcerned with her past relationship.

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You'll be able to judge for yourself on December 5 when the Victoria's Secret Fashion show airs on CBS!

Follow along with Elite Daily for more updates until then.