UPDATE: After Gigi Hadid removed YouTube personality Marie Benliel from a Chanel runway show in Paris this week, she has trash-talked the model, hard.
“I didn’t understand why she was like this, so aggressive,” she said. “Of course she doesn’t know me. I can understand that she wanted to protect her friends.”
She even admitted that there were three models who wanted to “fight her” over the prank. Yikes.
“It goes too far to take seriously something that is not serious,” Marie said in the interview with the New York Times. “We’re talking about clothing. It has to be joyful, it has to be funny, it has to make people happy. And I think nowadays fashion doesn’t make people happy. It makes people ridiculous and pretentious.”
The YouTuber said she crashed the Chanel show because it “is the most prestigious brand.”
WATCH: Gigi Hadid escorts prankster off catwalk during Chanel show
ORIGINAL: Gigi Hadid is a HUGELY successful supermodel, but she's taken the role of a security guard on her shoulders after a crasher tried to ruin the Chanel Fashion Week in Paris.
People on Twitter captured the moment YouTube personality known as Marie S’Infiltr, made her way onto the runway during the show.
Marie jumped onto the stage where she walked the runway... until she reached Gigi.
Gigi stopped the girl in her tracks from walking on any further, then grabbing her by the shoulder to escort her from the show.
Other models joined in to help Gigi escort her offstage.
Women’s Wear Daily noted that security guards already tried to catch her before she continued to walk down the runway.
Lucky Gigi was there!
Many people took to Twitter to applaud Gigi's efforts.
“DONT MESS WITH THE SHOW OR GIGI HADID,” one follower wrote.
Another person joked, “Gigi Hadid pushing the woman who crashed the Chanel S/S 2020 runway down the stairs during the show is MY 2020 mood.” Even Bella Hadid weighed in with her support, and shared an image to her Instagram story with the word “Iconic.”
Gigi has yet to respond to any of the praise, but we can only assume she's getting job offers left, right, and centre from security guards