The sexiest night on TV has finally arrived.
No, PEOPLE's Sexiest Man Alive Adam Levine isn't starring opposite Channing Tatum, George Clooney and Brad Pitt in a new sitcom (damn!). But Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrósio, Karlie Kloss, Candice Swanepoel, Behati Prinsloo and the rest of the bombshell Angels will be taking the catwalk by storm at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.
But before you tune in to the main event on CBS, pre-game with us and the VS models by watching a live stream of what goes on backstage – right here! You won't see them getting dressed or undressed (that happens somewhere else), but you might see some of those famous wings (seriously, how heavy are they?) and get some behind-the-scenes secrets on what kind of prep goes into the biggest lingerie show on the planet.
We've been giving you a whole bunch of sneak peeks – from Swanepoel in the $10 million bra to Taylor Swift storming the runway in her Union Jack garb – and it's safe to say this year’s show is buzzworthy.
She said that she was planning to do 60 minutes of cardio a day until her wedding to Sean Lowe in January, and it looks as though the workouts are paying off for Catherine Giudici.
The Bachelor star's fiancée stepped out in the sunshine in a bright yellow bikini while celebrating her bachelorette weekend with friends in Miami on Saturday.
Giudici, 27, shared pics of her celebration with her friends, which included getting a water workout while paddleboarding and kayaking, dinner and drinks, and chilling out on the beach. "Life is fun," she Tweeted.
In part two of A&E/Lifetime/History's mini-series, Bonnie and Clyde – played by Holliday Grainger and Emile Hirsch – have lost all sense of abiding the law. They are no longer simple bank robbers; now they are packing heat and unafraid to use it. The only thing standing between Bonnie, Clyde, and all that money is William Hurt as the dogged lawman who comes out of retirement to capture 'em.
We watched every bloody moment of Bonnie & Clyde's finale to glean lessons from this classic tale of love, crime and scrapbooking.
Brandi Glanville offered an apology of sorts for what some have called racist remarks she made to fellow Housewife Joyce Giraud on a Palm Springs road trip captured on Monday's episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
Glanville, calling in to Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live talk show on Monday, said her comments were "definitely inappropriate."
"It was definitely not sensitive and I apologize to anyone I offended," Glanville, 40, said by phone. "My friends and I joke with each other this way and they are from all different backgrounds so, I'm sorry. I guess TV is not ready for the real Brandi, but should I censor myself?"
Sally Langston has done something very, very bad.
So it would seem from this sneak peek of Thursday's Scandal on ABC, shared with PEOPLE exclusively.
Cyrus Beene (Jeff Perry) arrives at the vice president's residence, flanked by Secret Service, only to find a grim scene inside – a bloodied, dead body on the floor and Langston (Kate Burton) mumbling about devils and hell.
"What are we to do, Cyrus? What are we to do?" she whispers, her own face caked in blood. "We had a fight. The devil came in. ... I did this."