Heidi Klum Has Her Boobs Grabbed By Project Runway Judge – we all know that the 41-year old model is more than comfortable stripping off in front of the camera but what we didn’t know until this week is that she is also apparently okay with her work colleagues putting their hands on her boobs while she poses topless.
Posting the saucy photo on her Instagram page Heidi accompanied the topless snap with the comment “@zacposen I need something to wear for tonight’s @projectrunway @lifetimetv.”
The photo was posed on Heidi’s Instagram page just a short time before this week’s episode of the fashion design reality show aired on Lifetime in the US.
Incidentally the man with his hand on Heidi’s boobs is 33-year old American fashion designer Zac Posen. We don’t think that Heidi’s boyfriend Vito Schnabel will be too worried about the photo though as Zac is gay and lives in New York with his partner Christopher Niquet. Zac has been a Project Runway judge since the 2013 series and as well designing high-end fashion gowns for celebrities he also has a range of affordable bridal gowns called Truly Zac Posen.
Heidi is on record as saying that she is quite happy with nudity as her parents were very relaxed about clothing when she was growing up and were often naked in her presence. Likewise she said that her own children have seen both her and former husband Seal naked saying ‘we are not ashamed.’
This season of Project Runway is the show’s 13th and as well as Heidi and Zac the regulars on the show are Heidi’s co-host Tim Gunn and Zac’s fellow judge Nina Garcia. The guest judges appearing on this series are due to include Elisabeth Moss from Mad Men, Modern Family’s Julie Bowen, Shay Mitchell, alpine skier and Tiger Wood’s girlfriend Lindsey Vonn and the queen of burlesque, Dita Von Teese.
When the recent Emmy nominations were announced Project Runway received a total of 5 nods including one for Outstanding Reality Competition Program. Heidi and fellow judge Tim Gunn were also nominated for the Outstanding Host for a Reality or Reality-Competition Program category, which they won last year.