While undoubtedly one of the biggest stars on the modeling circuit, Gigi Hadid is the first to admit she's anything but perfect. Naturally, her imperfections make her the perfect ambassador for Reebok's #neverperfect campaign.

We've already seen Gigi starring in the brand's Club C relaunch, but now sat down for a slightly more relaxed video in which she slips on some comfy Reebok gear to answer 37 quick-fire "this or that" questions.

Hadid reveals many things that make her the person and model she is today. She is asked to choose between things like "city chic" or "beach babe,"burpees" or "wall balls," and "ass" or "abs." Later in the video she admits the one thing she's terrible at: “I’m a horrible dancer,” Hadid admits, before saying she’s more of a yoga girl.

Watch the video above, then head over to Reebok's online store to shop the collection.

In other news, Ian Connor has shared the OFF-WHITE x Nike Air Force 1.

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