Victoria's angels spill on seduction

Last updated 10:08 11/10/2012

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The Victoria's Secret Angels have revealed their seduction "secrets".

In a promotional video for the luxury lingerie brand's new Very Sexy Seduction collection, the gorgeous models open up about their own views on enticing men.

Miranda Kerr, who is married to actor Orlando Bloom, lets viewers into her personal technique in the short clip.

"Just undo one button at a time - that's what I call seduction. I mean oh," Kerr says, fanning herself.

Fellow Angel Candice Swanepoel says a practiced coy look is a winning technique, before revealing that to attract her it's enough for the guy "just to be ridiculously good-looking".

For the other girls, flowers and candlelit dinners do the trick, while "rudeness is the worst" for Erin Heatherton.

The Angels are currently preparing for the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, which takes place next month.

Last year, supermodel Adriana Lima revealed her preparation for the show involves working out with a personal trainer twice a day.

She also cuts out solid food nine days before her catwalk appearance and then stops drinking any liquids 12 hours before she goes on stage.

"No liquids at all so you dry out, sometimes you can lose up to eight pounds (3.6kgs) just from that," she said.

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