Heidi Klum isn’t going to allow a minor wardrobe malfunction to get the best of her. In fact, she used Instagram to poke fun at herself over the situation. The incident occurred while filming America’s Got Talent, according to a TikTok user.

During a recent taping of American Idol, a fan captured a video showing the judges – Klum, Sofia VergaraHowie Mandel, and Simon Cowell — conversing during a commercial break. Klum and Vergara can be seen talking to each other behind the judges’ panel in the video. The Modern Family star pulls out her phone at one point to grab a selfie with Klum and Mandel.

Heidi Klum isn't letting a little wardrobe malfunction get her down.
Heidi Klum Laughs off ‘America’s Got Talent’ Wardrobe Malfunction.
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On the other hand, Klum was unaware that her skirt was too short to bend over for the photo. Her skirt showed her behind when she bent over the table to pose with her other judges. Klum was able to giggle at the time, and she shared the footage on Instagram. Her photo was accompanied by a comment in which she stated that the next time she appears for a shot, she would consider her attire.

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The German-American model wrote, “Note to self ….. don’t bend over in a short skirt.” The AGT judge followed her statement with a couple of laughing emojis, implying that she wouldn’t let the wardrobe malfunction get the best of her. Supermodel Heidi lives with her husband Tom Kaulitz and her four children. They are Leni Olumi KlumHenry Günther Ademola Dashtu Samuel, Lou Sulola Samuel and Johan Riley Fyodor Taiwo Samuel.

In the clip, Klum and Vergara can be seen talking to one another from behind the judges' panel.
Heidi Klum with Sofia Vergara, Howie Mandel, and Simon Cowell in AGT.
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As fans have attended AGT tapings this season, they were on there to catch the behind-the-scenes occasion. Unlike the previous season, when programs were produced without an audience due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, Season 16 has featured live episodes. Good Housekeeping contacted AGT in June to inquire about the audience for live filming. In response, a spokesman stated that the clip was shot with a “restricted audience” and that historical material was manipulated to make it appear as if a much larger crowd was present.

The representative explained, “With the world striving to get back to some sort of normalcy, we realized that much of the joy in watching AGT is feeling the audience response in the room to the auditions and feeding off their energy.” They added, “AGT resumed production with comprehensive health and safety plans. The production protocols implemented comply with Fremantle & NBCUniversal’s safety guidelines, CDC guidance, along with state & local orders.”

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