Having just left Paris now can’t wait to get back, for the arrival of the angels. Yes the Victoria’s Secret angels will be heading off to rock’n roll in Paris. City of lights will be city of angels.
The girls plan to have a lot of fun, rocking the streets of Paris, and I am gonna get my buddy to make some cook VS cocktails at Wos Bar.
Here are the girls Check it out.
Models set to make their repeat appearance include veterans Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio and Lily Aldridge, plus relative newbies Elsa Hosk, Jasmine Tookes, Josephine Skriver, Lais Ribeiro, Martha Hunt, Romee Strijd, Sara Sampaio, Stella Maxwell and Taylor Hill.
Here is a look back at some of the fun some angels of the past and present with a tribute to David Bowie.
Rebirth / Paris on September 10, Saturday, in place of the Republic. To discover more about Massimo check out my interview (Interview Massimo Scognamiglio)
Tonight is all about Usain Bolt. He's currently on a victory lap around the Olympic Stadium, with the entire crowd largely chanting his name, as he throws lightening bolt after lightening bolt. Incredible.
Bolt romped in what he says is his last Olympic 200-meter race Thursday night, but he finished in 19.78 seconds, more than a half-second short of his world record, the one he said he really wanted to break.
Andre de Grasse of Canada finished second in 20.02, and Christophe Lemaitre of France took the bronze in 20.12.
— Indy Sport (@IndySport) August 19, 2016
— Cricketwallah (@cricketwallah) August 19, 2016
France came from behind to win the show jumping competition, after the four teams that had started the day in a tie for the lead withdrew riders or knocked rails down. This was France’s first team gold since 1976.
The USA got silver after Olympic veteran Beezie Madden withdrew due to an injured horse, meaning the United States lost the benefit of being able to drop its lowest score of four riders. Olympic debut rider Lucy Davis had a rail down for four faults.
Germany claimed bronze after its riders returned for a jump-off with Canada to break a tie. Daniel Deusser, the third of four Germans to jump, sealed the deal with a swift and clean round, sparing the final rider from jumping. Canada finished fourth.
— francetv sport (@francetvsport) August 17, 2016
— francetv sport (@francetvsport) August 9, 2016
Je vous donne rdv à 1h40 pour les demi-finales et espérons à 3h45 pour la finale
— Pascal Martinot (@PascalMartinot) August 16, 2016