Heidi Klum upstaged by topless female protesters at 'Top Model' finale
Heidi Klum was upstaged at the finale of Germany's "Next Top Model" when two topless female protesters stormed the stage of the reality show with "Heidi Horror Picture Show" written on their chests.
Klum, 39, serves as the host of the German version of the reality program and just as she announced the winner of the show, two women from the feminist group FEMEN, took the stage, according to Us Weekly. The group said in a statement that they oppose the commercialization of the female body.
The magazine reports that the women were escorted off the stage by security and that Klum seemed "relatively unfazed" by the event. The protest never made it to air because the producers of the show edited around the disruption.
Klum has not Tweeted about the incident but she has Tweeted photos from the finale including a photo of herself with the winner, Lovelyn Enebechi, and entertainers who performed at the event like Robin Thicke and Bruno Mars.
As for what's next with Klum, the supermodel and "Project Runway" host will appear on the upcoming season of "American's Got Talent" as a judge. The new season kicks off on June 4.
Klum will be the fourth judge on the panel and this upcoming season will be the first season to feature four judges. Spice Girl Mel B is also a new addition to the judges table this season and both she and Klum will join returning judges Howie Mandel and Howard Stern.