Heidi Klum risks wardrobe malfunction in skintight dress made of pink belts
Germany’s Next Top model host Heidi Klum has wowed fans with her latest outfit which was made completely of bright pink belts.
At the start of the Instagram video, Germany’s Next Top Model host showed off her matching pink heels and let the camera pan upwards. As the lens moved she wiggled her hips and flaunted her teeny waist.
Heidi then strutted down the runway as she ran her finger river the belts and narrowly missed a wardrobe malfunction as she smiled at the camera. She captioned the post: «Greetings from our GNTM Set.»
Her long blonde hair fell around her face in loose curls framing her striking facial features as she paraded her sensational figure.
Heidi has served as the lead judge and executive producer on the modelling competition show since 2006.
Heidi is no stranger to strutting her supermodel figure but she recently took it one step further and shocked fans when she posed in some skimpy lingerie alongside her teenage daughter Leni.
The pair have become brand ambassadors for Italian lingerie brand Intimissimi, and have posed together for a raunchy new campaign in matching, bright scarlet underwear sets.
In snaps posted to Leni’s Instagram page, she could be seen in a bright red cut-out bra featuring a thick lace trim and nearly sheer cups.
A matching silk thong rested just below her belly button, with cut-out criss-cross strings winding around her abdomen before the bottoms formed a triangle of sheer lace.
Leni clutched a huge velvet red bow over her head and let her mouse brown hair fall free around her shoulders. Captioning her post, Leni wrote:
“The new intimissimiofficial Christmas campaign with me and HeidiKlum is out now! Find the campaign styles and many more online and in all stores NOW!!” before translating the message into German.
Some critics were quick to brand the post “creepy”, as one argued: “This is a bit creepy.” Somebody else posted: “This somehow doesn’t look sexy to me. Beautiful ladies but something is missing or something isn’t right here.”