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Will Jessica Hart walk for Victoria's Secret following comments about Taylor Swift?

November 18, 2014
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Following the news that Taylor Swift will once again perform at the Victoria's Secret fashion show, fans are now speculating as to whether model Jessica Hart will walk the runway in London in December. Jessica, 28, sparked controversy last year following Taylor Swift's performance, after she reportedly said that the pop princess 'didn't fit' in the show.

"No, God bless her heart, I think she's great, but I don't know, to me, she didn't fit," she told WWD when asked if Taylor could 'pull it off' as a lingerie model. Taylor's performance saw her dress up in a series of glamorous and dazzling outfits as she strutted and danced on the catwalk with some of the angels including Karlie Kloss.

Jessica's comments fuelled speculation that the Australian beauty had lost her contract with the lingerie giant as a result, however the brand's senior creative Edward Razek was quick to put rumours to rest. "There is no truth to the rumours that Jessica Hart has been fired or that she will no longer work with the brand," he said. "As you will see, she was a great part of our show and we look forward to continuing to work with her." "It was taken out of context," Jessica told Vogue Australia earlier this year. "But I have certainly learnt my lesson." Taylor Swift will take to the stage again this year as Victoria's Secret brings its runway extravaganza to London for the first time, alongside acts including Ariana Grande, Ed Sheeran and Hozier.

This year's show will also see not one but two Fantasy Bras being showcased for the first time, which will be modelled by long-standing angels Alessandra Ambrosio and Adriana Lima.

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