Taylor Swift to perform at this year's Victoria's Secret Fashion show

Taylor Swift has been chosen as the performer to provide the musical backing to Victoria's Secret Fashion show 2013.

The 23-year-old will storm the star-studded runway alongside world-class beauties including Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, Doutzen Kroes, Candice Swanepoel, Lily Aldridge, Karlie Kloss and Behati Prinsloo as they strut their stuff during the brand's annual catwalk show, which is to take place in New York on 13 November.

 



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Fall Out Boy, Neon Jungle and A Great Big World are also set to perform as the heavenly Angels show off this year's hottest lingerie from the high street retailer.

The acts follow in the footsteps of Justin Bieber, Rihanna and Bruno Mars, who were the lucky performers to participate last year’s show, which drew an estimated seven million viewers.

Aside from supermodels showing off their perfect bodies clad in sexy lingerie, the extravanganza will see Candice Swanepoel model this year's $10million Victoria's Secret 'Fantasy Bra'.

 



"So excited to be wearing the fantasy bra this year in the @victoriassecret fashion show! It was moulded on my body months ago, finally I can let the secret out. Thank you #victoriassecret," she tweeted, alongside a snap of her wearing the multi-coloured bra dripping in jewels.

Candice's turn with the VS Fantasy Bra is more special than ever – while Miranda and Alessandra's bras were both worth an impressive $2.5million, Candice's has a staggering price tag of $10million (£6.25million).

 



The astonishing cost of the garment is down to a 52-carat pear-shaped ruby that drops from the centre. It also contains 4,200 other precious stones, including diamonds, yellow sapphires and more rubies all set in 18-carat gold.

The show, which will take place in NYC on 13 November, will air on 10 December.

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