Bella Hadid amfAR - Lead 2016
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The ability to strut is definitely genetic.

Bella Hadid is the latest rising supermodel to join the ranks of Victoria's Secret models, making her VS Fashion Show debut this year. Hadid is clearly following in the footsteps of her older sister, Gigi, who walked in the show for the first time last year, and announced Wednesday she'll be back in her skivvies, this time in Paris, for the 2016 show.

Last year, Victoria's Secret announced Gigi's confirmed spot in the lineup with an adorable video of her audition, and this year, the brand is doing the same with Bella. In an Instagram video, we get to see Bella strut her stuff for a panel of judges, posted with the caption, "Congrats to @bellahadid & ALL the models who are going to PARIS for the #VSFashionShow!! Be sure to watch Dec. 5. #VSFSParis16."

"Today I am casting for Victoria's Secret Fashion Show 2016," the 20-year-old tells the camera, with a huge smile on her face. "I'm happy with it," she said of her audition. "I hope they're happy." Well, clearly they were, as she was offered one of the coveted spots in the runway lineup.

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Hadid later regrammed a snippet of the video with the seriously sweet caption, "I can't believe it !!!!! There is no better feeling than being confirmed for the @victoriassecret fashion show !!! What a dream come true..I feel so appreciative and excited! Thank you for this opportunity to walk next to some of the most inspiring and incredible women in the world! Thank YOU from the deepest part of my heart @ed_razek @johndavidpfeiffer @10magazine #MonicaMitro thank you @gothamgym for whipping me into shape and @imgmodels @annemarieleonie for supporting me always !! So much love !!!! #VSFashionShow."

Tune in to see Bella, Gigi, plus Victoria's Secret angels Adriana Lima, Lily Aldridge, Alessandra Ambrosio, Jasmine Tookes—who will be wearing the iconic Fantasy Bra—and many more strut their stuff on the Paris runway on Dec. 5 at 10 p.m ET on CBS.