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Her photos proved she's more than deserving of being a Victoria's Secret Angel.

The photos, taken by @allgoodthingsTV, showed Majors looking absolutely radiant.

"Maybe I’ll be a Victoria’s Secret Angel this year for Halloween," Majors said in the caption. "Since it ain’t happening in real life."

The photos aren't meant to body shame the women in the original ads — it's just meant to show that curvy girls can look great in lingerie advertisements, too.

"Just paying homage to a few of my favorite pics/outfits from VS here," Majors continued. "Showing that curvy girls can rock (and sell) lingerie just as well as straight size models."

YAS, GIRL.

Victoria's Secret, you seeing this?

Majors tagged the lingerie brand in the post, so it better get crackin'.

The comments were filled with praise for the model.

While some resorted to skinny-shaming the original models (which isn't OK at ALL), most of the comments were overwhelmingly positive. The post wasn't meant to serve as a comparison between women, nor was it supposed to promote bringing other women down only to bring others up — it was meant to highlight a group that's been marginalized by the fashion industry.

Majors isn't the first model to throw shade at Victoria's Secret for its narrow casting practices.

Ashley Graham reposted an illustration of her rocking angel wings and lingerie during the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show last year.

While the show most likely isn't going to have a surprise appearance from Graham, Majors, or another non-straight size model in this year's event, here's hoping it finally starts to take the hint... and soon.