Tuesday night's Victoria's Secret Fashion Show is anticipated to be a big hit, but for none more than former NHL star Sean Avery, whose fiancee, model Hilary Rhoda, is set to appear on television screens across the globe as part of the annual fashion show.
The event will be broadcast on Tuesday night at 10 p.m. ET on CBS and will feature musical performances by Taylor Swift and Fall Out Boy, among others, according to CBS.com.
According to several posts on her official Intstagram account, the 26-year-old Rhoda was one of several well-known models to take the stage when the show was filmed last month.
Here are a few shots of Rhoda during the Nov. 13 taping:
Here's a look at Rhoda showing off the brand's latest products on stage:
According to Us Weekly's Stephanie Webber, Avery proposed to Rhoda in early November after several years of on-and-off dating. The two were said to reconnect back in May after taking an extended break. The 33-year-old Avery retired from the NHL in 2012 and is now currently working at an advertising and creative agency in New York City, according to Us Weekly's Nicole Eggenberger.
Rhoda also posted a pair of pictures backstage at the event taping just a few days after her and Avery's engagement:
Rhoda, who grew up in the suburbs outside of Washington, has made quite a name for herself in the modeling industry in recent years, working with popular brands like Estée Lauder and appearing in Sports Illustrated's annual Swimsuit Issue.
Meanwhile, Avery played for four different NHL teams during his 16-year professional career, including several seasons with the New York Rangers. During his time in the league, Avery quickly made a name for himself as one of the sport's bad boys.
In 2008, he forced a rule change by the NHL after an incident where he attempted to screen New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur by setting up in front of him and waving his stick up and down.
Now engaged to one of the world's most dazzling women, Avery appears to be ready to put his mercurial past behind him and begin a new chapter.
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