Heidi Klum isn't clear about why Presidential candidate Donald Trump chose to mention her in a recent interview.
"Personally, I have no idea what I have to do with the election," Heidi told Access Hollywood guest correspondent Scott Evans backstage at "America's Got Talent" on Tuesday. "Why do I come into play with this election? Like that doesn’t make sense to me to be honest with you."
The "AGT" judge, supermodel and mother of four originally made light of Trump's comment to the New York Times that she is no longer a "10," in a short video on Twitter. The clip showed her posing for a photographer while sporting a T-shirt with a "10" pinned to it, only for a man in a Trump mask to rip it off mid-shoot, revealing "9.99" written on the top.
"I was just making light of the situation because it was kind of funny I thought, and I just thought, make it even more funny. But really, the whole entire situation about women is not really funny, you know to put a number on a woman, especially women. We juggle so many things and I feel that, you know, women who support their families, who have children, who make their lunches, drive them all over the place, work at the same time, I mean, we do so many things, so in my book, every woman is a 10," Heidi said.
-- Access Hollywood Staff