Model Gigi Hadid felt 'weird' at Victoria's Secret show

GIGI Hadid finds it "weird" being around her sister's boyfriend while wearing just her lingerie.

The 20-year-old model was one of the hottest young stars as she made her Victoria's Secret debut for the brand's Fashion Show last month.

Along with the angels strutting their stuff on the runway, musical entertainment was provided at the annual event by stars including Selena Gomez and Ellie Goulding.

The Weeknd, real name Abel Tesfaye, has been dating Gigi's model sibling Bella since June, and also took to the stage. However, Gigi admits the prospect of her sister's 25-year-old boyfriend seeing her wearing a series of skimpy ensembles was more than a little awkward.

In a pre-filmed segment aired during the catwalk show broadcast on Tuesday night Gigi joked: "It's a little weird walking past your sister's boyfriend in lingerie."

The show's bosses later decided Gigi would walk when Selena and Ellie were performing, so she luckily managed to avoid any embarrassing encounters with 'Can't Feel My Face' singer The Weeknd.

Bella and The Weeknd's relationship began back in June after their friendship turned into romance following the Coachella music festival.

They have since been seen out together on numerous occasions and appear to be happier than ever.

A source told E! News of the pairing: "They were hanging out in Coachella and were flirting lots. They have many things in common and really enjoyed each other's company. She loves his music as well. They are hanging out for sure now."

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