Gisele Bundchen Teaches Jimmy Fallon How to Catwalk on ‘The Tonight Show'

The runway veteran recently announced her retirement from the catwalk

When it comes to the catwalk, no one does it better than Gisele Bundchen – and her resumé proves it.

However, after 20 years in the industry, the legendary catwalker revealed she would be hanging up her heels and retiring from the runway.

During a visit to NBC's "The Tonight Show" Wednesday, the Brazilian model told host Jimmy Fallon she's not certain what her future holds.

"I'm really focusing on being the best mom I can be, and my family, and just kind of taking this year as a sabbatical to see where my life will take me, just kind of see what the next 20 years are going to look like," said Bundchen, who is married to NFL star Tom Brady. "I'm just waiting to be inspired."

But, after completing her final strut in Sao Paulo Fashion Week in April, she realized she may have left a gap in the industry that needs filling. Who better than Fallon to fulfill that duty?

"I was kind of thinking that you can take my place," she told him. But, before the late-night expert could be ready to walk in Chanel and Gucci, Fallon needed a personal lesson from the best in the business.

"Put the chest forward, squeeze the belly in, stomach in, shake the hips," Bundchen instructed. Her instructions were so helpful, even Fallon didn't look half bad walking in his sparkly blue heels.

Could he be the next face of Dior? Never say never.

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