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Heidi Klum Wore a Dress Made Completely Out of Hot Pink Belts

This might be the America's Got Talent Judge's most creative look yet. 

By Christopher Rosa

Heidi Klum isn't afraid to take risks with her style. Whether she's wearing boots as pants or a lavender boa, Klum's fashion sense is as bright and dynamic as she is. (And don't even get us started on her Halloween costumes! Seriously, from her full worm look to this year's peacock moment, Klum is the undisputed champion of the holiday.) 

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The America's Got Talent Judge built on her catalog of eclectic outfits in early December 2023, posting a video of herself wearing a hot pink dress made entirely out of belts. Yes, you read that correctly: a dress made of belts. 

All things considered, it's a pretty chic look — though we have to question how comfortable it is! A dress made of belts might be the reason why the phrase, "Pain is beauty" exists. 

See Heidi Klum's hot pink dress made completely out of belts 

When the whole ensemble comes together, it almost mirrors a bandage dress style. But don't just take our word for it. See Klum's outfit for yourself in the video, below. 

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Like we said, Klum's style runs the gamut — and so does America's Got Talent, which is a big reason why Klum enjoys being a Judge on the show. 

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"Nothing gets redundant, and nothing gets the same," Klum told Access Hollywood in 2022 about her experience on the show. "Every day is new and different. I mean, yes, we [the Judges and Host] might be the same, but you see all these crazy, different people on the stage. We're having the best time. I always call it a 'rollercoaster of emotions,' because a person comes and they're singing. The next is an aerialist. The next one is a contortionist or a comedian. Everyone has a story to tell because they're real people. They're not actors. This is not a movie. This is real life. It's always fun to hear the stories...it never gets boring."