Victoria's Secret is reportedly planning a swimwear fashion show in Puerto Rico.
The lingerie brand's Angels, including Behati Prinsloo, Lily Aldridge and Elsa Hosk, have recently been teasing that #SomethingBigIsComing on Instagram, sparking rumors that the fashion show may descend on the island next year.
Puerto Rico's economic and trade development department secretary, Alberto Baco, appeared to confirm the news in a press release, obtained by Fox News Latino.
Referencing the upcoming fashion show, he said, "This is a unique international marketing opportunity for Puerto Rico, both to promote ourselves as a tourist destination as well as to do business and big productions with international scope."
The show is expected to be broadcasted in 190 countries and on the company's website, reaching an estimated 120 million viewers.
After a successful show in London last month, it is highly possible that the lingerie giant will film this swimwear edition in the beautiful settings of the islands of Vieques and Palomino, something which Alberto hopes will help "millions of people get to know the marvels" available in the Caribbean hideaway.
The catalogue will also highlight the wonders of Puerto Rico, showing buyers the beauty of the island.
The "Victoria's Secret Swimsuit Fashion Show" production will cost approximately $2 million with over 400 hotel rooms believed to have already been reserved for the Angels, models, crew and guests.