Victorias Secret pulled out all of the stops as they put on a spectacular fashion show earlier this week.
With the likes of Kendall Jenner, Halsey and Gigi Hadid strutting their stuff down the runway, its sure to say that the event was as glam as ever.
However, not all celebs were as keen to attend the show as you might think.
Thats right, Tess Holliday has since called for a Victorias Secret boycott after they failed to feature any plus sized models on the catwalk.
Taking to her Instagram, the star shared a snap of her booty dressed in black lace, and told Victorias Secret to kiss her ass.
The 33-year-old wrote: Who needs VS anyway?! They never supported plus ladies & now they are trying to dis my trans sisters? Hell nah. Kiss my fat ass.
I said this to @teenvogue this week: “As much as I want VS, whos the biggest lingerie retailer, to embrace plus size and more diverse body types, its also important to give your time, focus, and money to brands who are actually doing what you want to see.
She continued: Its important to be vocal about the brands you do like and what theyre doing right because thats who should get our money because they actually care about marginalized groups.
Always support progressive brands.
Tess then went on to add: Im wearing @asos on my bum which will always get my money! #effyourbeautystandards #boycottvsfashionshow.
Fans were quick to comment on the post and agreed with the star following her statement.
One wrote: Ive never bought a single thing from @victoriassecret – simply because of their ridiculous refusal to embrace all body types!
While another added: If they dont care about my size I dont care about their shit.
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Taking place at Pier 94 in New York City, a host of models walked the runway in VS lingerie earlier this week, but ditched their signature Angel wings for feathers, fans and flowing skirts.
Halsey, Rita Ora, Shawn Mendes, The Chainsmokers, Bebe Rexha, Kelsea Ballerini and The Struts were on entertainment duty at the high-profile show, which was attended by a host of stars.
Metro.co.uk have reached out to Victorias Secret for further comment.
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