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Heidi Klum transforms into a punk princess with a pastel pink wig for Germany’s Next Topmodel finale

Heidi Klum transforms into a punk princess with a pastel pink wig and a plaid skirt for Germany’s Next Topmodel finale

She’s never been afraid to play with her look.

And Heidi Klum was having a blast wearing a pastel pink wig as she transformed into a punk princess in behind-the-scenes look at the Germany’s Next Topmodel finale.  

The 49-year-old supermodel sat in the makeup chair before chatting with the crew from her famous television show in wild stories shared to Instagram on Sunday.   

A new look: Heidi Klum was having a blast wearing a pastel pink wig as she transformed into a punk princess in behind-the-scenes look at the Germany’s Next Topmodel finale

Klum looked completely at ease in her funky ensemble as she channeled a gamer chick with ’90s grunge vibes. 

The blonde beauty referred to her dressing room as ‘heaven’ as she primped and prepped or another long day of shooting.

After showing her eight million followers some of the outfits and jewelry she would be wearing, she commented that she had ‘lots to do today.’

Having fun: The 49-year-old supermodel sat in the makeup chair before chatting with the crew from her famous television show in wild stories shared to Instagram on Sunday

Having fun: The 49-year-old supermodel sat in the makeup chair before chatting with the crew from her famous television show in wild stories shared to Instagram on Sunday 

Getting ready: The blonde beauty referred to her dressing room as 'heaven' as she primped and prepped or another long day of shooting

Getting ready: The blonde beauty referred to her dressing room as ‘heaven’ as she primped and prepped or another long day of shooting 

Klum noted that her day ahead was ‘going to be interesting’ before she winked at the camera.

The fashion industry powerhouse spoke to the project’s director, David Helmut, who initially expressed that the two could not reveal anything about the day’s work, which she jovially brushed off.

She also shared a quick clip of herself dancing in a working area while waiting for a shoot to begin.

Klum was dressed in a white T-shirt underneath a set of bright blue overalls, and her typically flowing blonde hair was notably tied back.

Not a big deal: Klum was seen speaking to the project's director, David Helmut, who expressed that they could not reveal anything big just yet

Not a big deal: Klum was seen speaking to the project’s director, David Helmut, who expressed that they could not reveal anything big just yet

Color coordination: The fashion industry icon also shared a clip that showed off her eye-catching wardrobe

Color coordination: The fashion industry icon also shared a clip that showed off her eye-catching wardrobe

The reality television personality managed to take a video of her makeup artists working on her look before the day’s shoot began.

The America’s Got Talent judge then placed her cartoonish costume on full display for her fans in the next clip.

Klum was seen wearing an outlandish bright pink wig with locks that draped onto her shoulders and chest during the project’s filming.

Having fun: Klum was seen dancing while preparing to shoot a separate scene in one of her later videos

Having fun: Klum was seen dancing while preparing to shoot a separate scene in one of her later videos

Putting in work: The supermodel took a video while sitting behind a camera to give her fans a better look at the video's scenery

Putting in work: The supermodel took a video while sitting behind a camera to give her fans a better look at the video’s scenery

She also wore a black tank top shirt featuring a graphic of a character from the popular anime series Neon Genesis: Evangelion, as well as a black-and-white flannel and a plaid skirt.

Heidi also wore a pair of cat-eared headphones that matched the color of her wig, as well as a clip-on septum piercing.

Klum has been at the helm of Germany’s Next Topmodel since its first episode in 2006 and is a mainstay on the judging panel throughout the show’s 16 seasons. 

Boss: Klum has been at the helm of Germany's Next Topmodel since its first episode in 2006 and is a mainstay on the judging panel throughout the show's 16 seasons

Boss: Klum has been at the helm of Germany’s Next Topmodel since its first episode in 2006 and is a mainstay on the judging panel throughout the show’s 16 seasons 

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