HEIDI Klum almost flaunted a little too much in a new dance video.
The America’s Got Talent star posted a behind-the-scenes Instagram clip of the first round of the live shows yesterday.
In the video, Heidi, 50, was filmed performing a raunchy routine backstage before the show.
For the evening’s show, Heidi wore a tiny red dress that reached just below her bottom.
The tight fabric hugged the model’s body snugly and had two peep holes over the chest and rib cage.
The plunging neckline was held up by two thin straps, showing off Heidi’s cleavage as she leaned forward in a pout.
Heidi wore her blonde hair down in tousled layers and tousled it while running her hands through the curls and rotating her hips.
For her TV appearance, the star wore a full face with copious amounts of mascara and nude lipstick.
At the end of the video, Heidi turned her back on the camera and stuck out her butt while running her hands over her curves.
She pulled up the hem of her dress with her long red nails, pulling the fabric up to show off her bare bottom.
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The German-born star captioned the clip with a long red lineand an emoji sticking out its tongue.
Heidi married 33-year-old Tokio Hotel frontman Tom Kaulitz in 2019.
At the weekend, Heidi spoke about her age difference with Tom in her Instagram Stories.
During a Q&A session, one fan asked, “Don’t you feel like you’re Tom’s mom’s age or doesn’t age matter?”
Heidi replied cheekily: “To be honest, I only do that when someone points it out to me.”
Prior to their current romance, the famous model was married to British singer Seal, 60, for nine years.
The couple had three children together, with Seal also adopting Heidi’s daughter, Leni, from a previous relationship.
Heidi and Seal’s the marriage broke up after the singer accused her of cheating on him with one of her security guards.
At the height of their bitter custody battle, Seal claimed his ex-wife’s “hidden intention” was to take their children therepermanent.
Earlier this month, AGT fans took to Reddit to comment on a habit they think judges should scrap during the live shows, which kicked off yesterday.
The original poster read: “Judges interrupt acts with their opinions and X’s during live shows when it’s up to the public to decide who advances. Why are they trying to influence the vote?”
Other fans chimed in, agreeing that they wanted the judges to stop their interruptions.
“I agree. I find it rude. Especially when the crowd is booing too. It’s rude,” said one Reddit user.
“I guess they just want to show that they’re not completely useless in the live shows and that they really deserve the millions they’re getting for being there,” replied one fan.
Another social media user pointed out, “If they do poorly on the live shows, that suggests the judges/producers failed. These are the last 55 remaining selected acts out of more than ten thousand.”
The original poster replied: “Exactly! When they need to be cheered on during the lives.” [then] Either the producers or the judges or they all screwed up.