Get your wings and six-inch stilettos out, girls: After pretty much an entire year of anticipation, the 2013 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show airs tonight at 10pm EST on CBS. Having had the good fortune of seeing the show when it taped live last month in NYC, we can tell you first-hand that this year's spectacle does not disappoint. Frankly, we're psyched to have a second opportunity to watch it all go down, but this time with way more wine and way fewer unfairly gorgeous models passing by us IRL in slinky pink robes.
We've already brought you all the OTT sexy looks from the runway and a peek inside the arduous process that went into creating the show behind-the-scenes, but there were also several must-see-to-believe moments that you'll really need to watch on television to fully comprehend. From Adam Levine adorably showing his support for fiancée Behati Prinsloo to Karlie Kloss and Taylor Swift having a -- ahem -- moment, click through for the top five things you definitely don't want to miss during tonight's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show.
Taylor Swift getting super flirty with Karlie Kloss.
Our theory that Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss are actually the same person may have been officially disproved, but it was almost worth it to watch the genetically gifted twosome interacting and omgz TOUCHING EACH OTHER while wearing ultra-sparkly, barely-there outfits on the runway. Legs and legs for days and days.
Parents, keep your pre-teen boys away from the TiVo.
Emojis as clothing.
RFK once famously said, "There are those who look at things the way they are, and ask why... I dream of things that never were, and ask why not?" That's exactly how we've always felt about emoticons. Why must their existence be restricted to your smartphone screen when they'd be so useful in other aspects of life as well?
The designers behind the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show were clearly on the same page when they designed these "outfits." Brilliant.
Valentino being highly adorable in the frow.
For the show's Pink segment -- ie the part with the emoti-fits -- the audience was asked to wave around tiny pink blinking lights that had been placed on the seats in advance. Valentino Garavani, who sat front row, was particularly fervent with his light, twirling it around his finger emphatically (OK, maybe the enthusiasm wasn't exactly evident on his face) even after most of us had succumbed to carpal tunnel. It was cute.
And even after all the pink lights went out, his skin was still glowing. Go figure.
Adam Levine being there for Behati Prinsloo and NO ONE else.
Adam Levine played the role of doting Angel S.O. this time around (Lily Aldridge's hub Caleb Followill was out of town and we can only assume modelizer Leo DiCaprio stayed far away to avoid any awkward ex moments). And though he looked rather disengaged throughout much of the show, he gave fiancee Behati Prinsloo a standing O when she walked the runway in a particularly dramatic getup -- and then promptly returned to his seat when the next model appeared.
Pete Wentz wearing a man-skirt.
Fall Out Boy bassist Pete Wentz (better known to me, anyway, as Ashlee Simpson's baby daddy/Peen Wentz -- never 4get) kicked off the show's Britain-themed segment dressed in a baby-tee and kilt -- terrific for twirling!
Guess someone had to carry the torch of skirt-wearing male performer after Kanye West officially denounced the controversial practice...