The 2018 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show aired last night on December 2nd and what used be a popular viewing experience for many has taken a turn for the worse. This year's show was a massive flop and for more reasons than one. More on that here. However, let's look on the more positive side - there was one shining star that people tuned in for this year and it definitely wasn't any of Victoria's Secret Angels.
Shawn Mendes performed at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show this year for the first time ever, and many people are calling the Canadian singer the one good thing to come out of the show.
He performed his latest single "Lost In Japan" on the Victoria's Secret runway and it's safe to say he won the hearts of viewers and models walking the runway alike, several of whom were rather flirty with the singer.
Many people have said that Shawn Mendes was the only reason that made the show worth watching at all. Check out what they had to say about the Canadian sweetheart.
@ShawnMendes made the Victoria’s Secret fashion show worth watching 😭🤑— reece’s raccoons™️ (@vanessasvampire) December 3, 2018
Would only watch the Victoria’s Secret fashion show to see @ShawnMendes honestly.....😍🤤— ashton keller (@ashtonkeller295) November 28, 2018
Others just can't stop obsessing over the singer and his performance.
@ShawnMendes was definitely the real star of the Victoria’s Secret show GAWD DAMN— Joey Privitera (@JoeyPrivitera4) December 3, 2018
Shawn Mendes is my favorite Victoria‘s Secret angel— luis (@louiiloo) December 3, 2018
i didnt know i was living until i heard shawn mendes' note change in lost in japan on victoria's secret fashion show tha k u next— - 𝓰𝓪𝓫𝓻𝓲𝓮𝓵 // #KYO - (@classicfroy) December 3, 2018
I was gonna hit a guy up tonight but I just watched Shawn Mendes perform at the Victoria’s Secret fashion show and now I’m good— Christine (@crlockha) December 3, 2018
Although the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show was not a big hit this year, at least it brought some viewers pure happiness in the form of Shawn Mendes in all his "Lost In Japan" glory.
If you can't get enough of the Canadian singer (honestly, same), you'll be happy to hear that he is going on tour next year and will be hitting up several Canadian cities, such as Toronto, Vancouver, and Montreal.