Heidi Klum (50) gives the haters no chance. The model now answered questions from fans on Instagram. In a story you can see that a follower of the "Germany's next top model" host wants to know why she deactivated her Instagram comments. Klum then names one of the reasons: “my own mental health”.
She goes on to say that sometimes she doesn't like "what people have to say and I don't think it's good to be influenced by what people say". She added that this can lead to "not doing what your gut tells you to do." In addition, the 50-year-old revealed about the deactivated comment function: "And it makes me feel freer."
For Klum there are some reasons for the Instagram comments - namely their fans - but the disadvantages outweigh the advantages: "Of course I'm sad about all the fans I can't talk to, but unfortunately it's just admitted at the moment much hate in the world." She went on to say, "And that's not what I'm here for." Her Instagram account and everything she does is "about love and happiness - but not for many people". You "just had to get rid of it". She also doesn't like it when people argue with each other, something like that has nothing to do with her, Klum said at the end of her answer.
In the question and answer session, Heidi Klum also spoke about the finale of "Germany's next top model" and how happy she was that her daughter Leni (19) was there. The young model is one of the star guests on the show alongside French fashion designer Jean Paul Gaultier (71) and British fashion designer Christian Cowan (27). The finale of "Germany's next top model - by Heidi Klum" runs on June 15, from 8:15 p.m. on ProSieben and Joyn.