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Here's What It's Actually Like To Be With The Victoria's Secret Angels IRL

I went to the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show live and it blew my mind.

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The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is quite possibly one of the biggest television events of the year and it airs tonight.

For a reason I can't really understand, I was invited to go to the show IRL this year.

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Every year, I've watched the show at home with my friends and a v. large pizza delivery (because I am an emotional eater). When I found out I was going to actually GO to the show, which is filmed in November, I lost my shit.

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I got this invitation, which probably cost more than, IDK, my iPhone, to print.

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I will be framing this to hang in the house where I will one day raise my children and I will tell them that at one point their mother was actually fun.

On the day of the show, a couple of co-workers and I got there, and I went to have my hair and makeup done like the Angels. Backstage was a goddamn zoo in the best way possible.

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Everywhere you look there's a model with like 10 people working on her hair and makeup.

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When she was done with my face, she was like, "Let's do some leg makeup on you to really finish things off!" OK, Nina, you magician, you.

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There was contouring. There was some tanning mousse. I've never been so sad to take a shower at the end of the night, because I never wanted to say goodbye to these legs.

As I waited for the show to start, I actually lost count of how many times the men in the audience said the line, "I'm just hoping to find my next ex-wife tonight." Relax, creepy dudes.

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This was the nighttime show. They run through the show twice, once in the afternoon and once at night, to get the best shots from both shows on TV.

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All of the walks are perfectly choreographed to the musical performances. I'm talking the second the beat drops, the first shoe drops to start walking.

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Ellie Goulding stepped in for Rihanna after she canceled a week before the show.

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And five minutes later, everyone cleared out to go to the afterparty.

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I, however, did not go to the afterparty. Instead, I walked home in the rain, which made the makeup on my legs streaky. My extensions got a little too windblown.

For more behind-the-scenes action, watch this video of the models telling us the most annoying questions they're asked:

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