The much-anticipated fashion show is due to be taped November 19 (and aired in the US on CBS December 1), and it has been confirmed by established blog Modelinia that Chinese top model Liu Wen will be the first-ever Asian to appear in the lingerie label's annual show.

Wen will join the five new 'Angels' announced earlier this month including high-fashion model Chanel Iman as well as the label's stars Miranda Kerr, Doutzen Kroes, and Alessandra Ambrosio.

Neither Karolina Kurkova, nor Adriana Lima or Heidi Klum will strut their stuff however, due to a 'maternity boom' among Victoria's Secret's top models.

To make up for it, Klum will host the show, and it is rumored that the label, which is known for its spectacular shows, will stage an extravaganza reminiscent of George Michael's iconic Freedom music video.

Klum has previously hosted TV programs such as Project Runway and Germany's Next Top Model.

Victoria's Secret's show, taking place in New York on November 19, will be aired on December 1 at 10/9C on CBS.