Watch Bella Hadid audition for the Victoria’s Secret fashion show

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Becoming a Victoria’s Secret model is something of the holy grail in the lingerie and fashion world.

And if we were to say Bella Hadid will be the next one, you’d barely be shocked, would you? Because she was born to do it.

Following in her older sister Gigi’s footsteps, the 20-year-old model is set to strut her stuff at the brand’s annual show. But - perhaps surprisingly - she didn’t magically land the role and had to audition just like everybody else.

And now, thanks to Victoria’s Secret’s Instagram, you can watch the very audition tape that landed her the job.

Congrats to @bellahadid & ALL the models who are going to PARIS for the #VSFashionShow!! Be sure to watch Dec. 5. #VSFSParis16

A video posted by Victoria’s Secret (@victoriassecret) on Oct 26, 2016 at 4:19pm PDT

Speaking in the video Bella introduces herself and says: "Today, I’m casting for the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show 2016.”

When asked how she think she did, she said: “I have no idea, because I feel like I kinda blackout when I go in there. I’m just like, I’m in my underwear, this is fun.

“But I’m happy with it. I hope they’re happy.”

But after listening to her sounding all bubbly and excitable offstage, we then see her in her element striding down the catwalk in lacy black underwear before blowing a kiss - Victoria’s Secret’s signature move.

The post itself read: “Congrats to @bellahadid& ALL the models who are going to PARIS for the #VSFashionShow!! Be sure to watch Dec. 5. #VSFSParis16.”

Oh, we will.

What do you think about Bella’s audition? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.

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