See Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Models Without Makeup Transforming for the Runway

The Complete List Of The 2017 Victoria's Secret Instagram Accounts

See Victoria's Secret Fashion Show Models Without Makeup Transforming for the Runway

"Can't wait to tune in with everyone to see the lovely show I know it will be, and already can't wait for next year!" There's been speculation by Fashionista that perhaps the older Hadid sister didn't have her Visa approved by the Chinese government after she faced some backlash earlier this year for seemingly mocking Asians.

For now, TV producers are fighting with Chinese bureaucrats over the right to film outside the Mercedes-Benz arena where the event is to take place, the Post reported.

'It's just a nightmare for all the media trying to cover [the show],' an insider told Page Six.

Page Six has learned that the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show - which is due to be held in Shanghai in just two weeks and will feature models including Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio and Karlie Kloss, among others - is turning into an worldwide media crisis.

Four other models reportedly won't walk in the show because they were denied visas to go to China.

If you missed it, here's every model walking in the 2017 show this year! The controversy resurfaced when it was announced that the supermodel would be taking the runway in Shanghai.

Gigi announced that she would be walking in her third VS Fashion Show back in August, sharing a throwback video from a previous fitting.

The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is scheduled to air on CBS on November 28, but people tasked with covering the event are "on the verge of nervous breakdowns", according to The Post.

Kendall Jenner is not participating in the show this year - she has a deal with Italian lingerie company La Perla that prohibits her from working with competing companies - but last year, the model was snapped makeup-free while a stylist worked on her hair.

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