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Heidi Klum Wipes Out Dancing On ‘America’s Got Talent,’ Recovers Like A Boss

And down goes Frazier!

Heidi Klum basically became the red dress emoji when she took a massive tumble on “America’s Got Talent.”

Look at those eyes. The fear… it’s primal. It’s like Heidi knows she’s about to be tossed and spun around like a frisbee.

I literally could watch this fall seen ’round the world all day long — this is my new yule log.

*roasts chestnuts, drinks eggnog, burns down house roasting chestnuts, weeps forever*


Of course, Simon Cowell’s reaction is utterly perfect. Like, I think he’s usually a pretty smug guy, but right now, he and I share the same “is this actually happening” response.

CHRISTMAS HAS OFFICIALLY COME EARLY, Y’ALL.

Heidi was performing a duet of “Santa Baby” with Sal Valentinetti on “America’s Got Talent Holiday Spectacular.”


Of course, Heidi handled the greatest spill since the BP Oil Spill of 2010 with grace and aplomb.

Although, to be honest, the people I really feel for are the rollerskating Christmas trees in the background…

Not to mention the gingerbread men shifting about aimlessly in the way back. If I ever become Background Gingerbread Man #4, I want you to take me out, sniper-style… no questions asked.

Despite the fall from grace, Heidi received a standing ovation from Simon Cowell (and low-key everyone who loved watching “America’s Funniest Home Videos”).

Well, OK, so the choreography didn’t go as planned.


Usually, my choreography for any and all dance parties involves myself looking like this:

So, really, who the hell am I to judge?

The answer is I’m no one. I’m no one to judge.

I’d be lucky to only fall down once during a dance party.

So, you know what? Way to keep it classy, Heidi, you German national treasure you.

And now for me to make a complete ass of myself on the dance floor of every holiday party.

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Tim McGovern

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Raised in Long Island, went to school in Chicago, living in Los Angeles. Yes, I'm slowly sinking into the Pacific Ocean.
Raised in Long Island, went to school in Chicago, living in Los Angeles. Yes, I'm slowly sinking into the Pacific Ocean.

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