Some things about Victoria's Secret models are common knowledge: They can strut down a runway wearing 6-foot wings in 6-inch stilettos. They can beam and bare parts of their body most human beings would not dare.
Fact, fact and fact (well, that third one still seems suspect). ABCNews.com caught up with five of the lingerie line's fabulous figures backstage at the Victoria's Secret 2010 Fashion Show, which took place in New York City Wednesday night and will be broadcast nationwide Nov. 30.
Below, check out the dirt they divulged:
Q: What are you psyched about for this Victoria's Secret Fashion Show?
Candice Swanepoel: "I have a really, really sexy outfit in the first section, 'Tough Love.' These Australian girls made it with black crystals and a collar that goes into a belt. I have a long trail made of lace, thigh-high black leather boots -- it's very, very sexy."
Selita Ebanks: "This year, I'm wearing the Miraculous bra and honey, I mean, I've got boobies already, but that thing gave me a whole new life. It gave me a whole new career. It's like a floating device, almost. If you're drowning, call me, I'll come save your life."
Liu Wen: "Everyone has wings up here, [pats shoulders]. I have wings on my a**."
Q: You wear a lot of crazy outfits on the runway, but what would you never wear?
Candice Swanepoel: "What are those shoes called ... Crocs. Crocs are a no-no. Not sexy at all."
Lindsay Ellingson: "There was this one show that did in Milan, I won't name names, but it was really tacky '80s -- short dress, hair out to here, lots of neon. It was just not cute. Let's not bring back the '80s."
Q: What would you be if you weren't a model?
Lindsay Ellingson: "I think I would be a physicist or somewhere in research like astrology -- I mean astronomy."
Lily Aldridge: "When I was real little, I wanted to be a soccer player. I thought I was going to be on the U.S. team."
Selita Ebanks: "Maybe I would own a restaurant, be chef. Or perhaps I'd be a sportscaster? I love football and I love calling plays and talking about it, but you never know. ESPN, call me! ... It's funny. I remember this moment, sitting in my mom's bedroom, playing with her makeup, playing dress-up, looking in the mirror and posing. But then, I just wanted to be a lawyer in my high school years, and a journalist. So I interned at Vibe magazine. I went to NYU law for mock trials. And then I ended up being a model."
Q: But since you are a model, and since you're gorgeous, you probably have a lot of guys hitting on you. What's the worst pickup line you've ever heard?