Taylor Swift not a good fit for Victoria's Secret Fashion Show? 5 better choices for 2014

taylor-swift-victorias-secret-fashion-show-cbs.jpg Taylor Swift took the stage at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show on Wednesday (Nov. 13) to perform a handful of hits while the Angels walked the runway and, while her fans will likely eat the performance up when it airs in December, she didn't earn rave reviews from everyone involved.

Angle Jessica Hart went on record with Women's Wear Daily at the show's afterparty, admitting she didn't really think the "22" singer was the right choice as headliner. "I think, you know what, god bless her [Taylor Swift] heart. I think she's great. But, I don't know, to me, she didn't fit. I don't know if I should say that."

In order to appease all the Angels for 2014's show, here are five artists who fit the bill a bit better than Swift.

1. Cher

cher-getty-images.jpgShe's a living legend, she'll already be spending most of 2014 touring in support of her new album, "Closer To the Truth," and what better for some of the world's most beautiful women to strut their stuff to than "Woman's World"?

2. Britney Spears

britney-spears-gi.jpgOnce "Britney Jean" drops in December, the Holy Spearit will find herself back on top of the music charts. Sure, by the time the special tapes next year, she'll be deep in her Las Vegas residency, but the headliner spot could bump ticket sales, should they find themselves sagging by then. And let's not pretend that "Work B****" wouldn't lend itself perfectly to the runway.

3. One Direction

one-direction-victorias-secret-gi.jpgIf Justin Bieber can do it, the new Fab Five can.

4. Lady Gaga

lady-gaga-victorias-secret-gi.jpgHer costumes may overshadow even the most expensive of bras, but no one would ever accuse Mother Monster of being out of place on the runway.

5. Beyonce

beyonce-victorias-secret-gi.jpgUh, duh.

Do you think Swift was a bad choice for the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show? Who do you think would make a good selection for 2014?
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