Kiwi model Georgia Fowler, 24, has announced come November she will walk in the world's biggest lingerie parade for the second year in a row.
The former Diocesan School for Girls student, who has previously been romantically linked to Harry Styles and Leonardo DiCaprio, shared the news on Instagram declaring she is "truly over the moon" to have made the cut again.
The annual Victoria's Secret show has sent some of the world's biggest supermodels down the runway, including Heidi Klum, Kendal Jenner and Gigi Hadid.
Speaking to news.com.au in March, Fowler revealed that it took her five years of casting calls before she was finally given a coveted spot among the VS Angels.
"That was such a dream of mine. I cast for five years for it and that requires a lot of hard work and training," said Fowler.
"It was such a dream and it was so much fun. I walked down the catwalk and just did this goofy dance and I was like 'Woah, what did I just do?'
"It was an incredible experience just to be surrounded by girls of that calibre. It was so nice to be included."
Fowler revealed to Spy last year her emotional reaction to being told she was joining the VS crew: "I burst into tears of joy, and am still emotional just thinking about it. I have dreamed of being in the Victoria's Secret show since I was a child, and grew up with angels plastered on my diaries."
While the location for this year's event is yet to be announced, last year the show was in Paris and Fowler's parents, Kim and Peter, flew there to support her.
"I am so fortunate to have had such a supportive family. My mum travelled with me for years at the beginning of my career and will still jump on a plane the minute I need her," she told Spy.
Fowler, now based in New York, says she works out year-round. She told news.com.au she follows a diet of "protein and vegetables" and stays away from processed food, despite this being difficult when she's so often on the move.
"I try and take nuts with me so I don't get to that point where I'm so hungry that I need to eat the naughty stuff," she said.
"It's very difficult when you're travelling with the time zones. You're tired and you want comfort food. There are things that you might not normally eat but you have no choice because you're starving."