Two $2 million Fantasy Bras will appear on the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show catwalk

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By CHELSEA HUANG

All that glitters is gold, and it's no doubt that the 2014 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show will be pure gold.

With just a month to go until the sexiest show of the year, the lingerie brand has revealed that two (yes, two!) Fantasy Bras will appear on the catwalk.

The Fantasy Bra has always been in the spotlight since it made its debut in 2001, but this year's double trouble will be the first of its kind in the show's 19-year history.

Victoria's Secret veterans Adriana Lima and Alessandra Ambrosio have been chosen to strut their stuff in the tricked-out bras and debuted the designs on "Good Morning America" on Monday morning.

"This year it's really exciting because it's the first time that we're going to have two Fantasy Bras on the fashion show," Lima said on "GMA." "I'm honored to be here with Alessandra, doing the show, walking the runway together. I cannot wait."

With a total of 32,000 gems and 18-karat gold finishes, the bejeweled wonders are worth $2 million each and reportedly took 1,380 hours to make.

As fabulous as they may be, they're not even close to the most expensive or ornate Fantasy Bras in VS history. Last year's Fantasy Bra modeled by Candice Swanepoel was worth $10 million and Gisele Bündchen had the honor of closing the 2000 show in a Guinness World Record-breaking $15 million ruby and diamond encrusted piece.

The highly-anticipated show will air on CBS on December 9.


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Adriana Lima and Alessandra Ambrosio Rock $2M Victoria's Secret Fantasy Bra
Adriana Lima and Alessandra Ambrosio Rock $2M Victoria's Secret Fantasy Bra



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