Ariana Grande hit by Victoria's Secret Angel's wings.

Ariana Grande performing at the Victoria's Secret Show
Ariana Grande performing at the Victoria's Secret Show

ARIANA Grande was accidentally hit in the face by a Victoria's Secret Angel's wings.

The 21-year-old pop star performed at the Victoria's Secret Show at the Earls Court Exhibition Centre in London on Tuesday night and her medley of 'Love Me Harder', 'Bang Bang', 'Break Free' and 'Problem' provided the soundtrack to the sporty University Pink segment of the lingerie display.

Although Ariana managed to avoid bumping into the Angels as she danced around the catwalk with them, she wasn't so careful backstage but she thought her wing collision was "awesome".

Writing on her Twitter account, she revealed: "A Victoria's Secret angel accidentally smacked me in the face with her wings and it was awesome #goals #bangbangintomyface"

It seems Ariana was mesmerised by the beautiful Angels as she only narrowly avoided a collision during the dress rehearsal.

She tweeted: "Was so nervous / excited at dress rehearsal i almost walked face first into an Angel's wings and died... "

As well Ariana other performers on the night were Ed Sheeran, Hozier and Taylor Swift and she loved hanging out with the 'Blank Space' singer backstage as "honorary Angles" for a day and she praised model Karlie Kloss' catwalk skills.

In other Twitter posts, Ariana wrote: "Honorary angels for the day @taylorswift13 is the sweetest ... magical day #VSfashionshow ... Y'all were amazing today @taylorswift13 @karliekloss"

In total, there were 40 Angels involved in the incredible show, including Lily Aldridge, Candice Swanepoel, Behati Prinsloo, Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima, Jourdan Dunn and Lily Donaldson.


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