Heidi Klum is showing loyalty to both her homeland and her husband by putting on quite a dance show while revealing the song she has on repeat at the moment. The “America’s Got Talent” judge took to Instagram on Wednesday afternoon and shared a sexy dance with her 7.6 million fans.
Klum isn’t above shaking her moneymaker for social media, and this time she not only gave all her fans an eyeful she also gave some great promotion for her husband, Tom Kaulitz.
Heidi Klum was in a dancing mood on Wednesday when she slipped into an animal-print sports bra and matching leggings for a dance session in her living room.
“Dancing helps in these times, so put on your favorite song and just go for it!” Klum told her fans.
She added, “My favorite right now is Durch den Monsun 2020 by Tokio Hotel.” The German rock band, which famously includes her husband Tom Kaulitz and his twin brother, Bill Kaulitz, recently released a new version of their hit track for 2020.
“Durch den Monsun,” which translates to “Through The Monsoon,” was first released on Tokio Hotel’s debut album, “Schrei,” back in 2005 before becoming their first English single in 2007. While charting at #1 in Germany, the translated song failed to break the top 10 on the U.S. Billboard charts.
To celebrate the song’s 15th anniversary, Tokio Hotel released new versions in both German and English.
Klum, who was spinning a single of the German version of the song on vinyl, was seen spinning around her house.
The re-release of their hit single in both German and English was huge for Tokio Hotel and the band’s Instagram page has been sharing tons of throwback moments while promoting the new singles. They also shared a message of thanks and gratitude for being able to put a new spin on their breakthrough hit:
“15 Years ago we recorded a song that changed our lives forever. Here it is in a whole new version! Durch den Monsun 2020! We hope you love it as much as we do!” a message from Tokio Hotel read on social media.
Although Heidi Klum and Tokio Hotel are loving the new track, the band’s loyal fans are split on whether they’re here for the revamp of the song.
“To be honest, I kinda like this new modern electro vibe to it. Happy that you still want to try something new and surprise us with music of different genres. Nothing compares to the old classic but this is cool too,” one positive fan wrote on Instagram.
“I like hearing Bill singing in German with his current voice but there are no emotions nor big surprises. It’s just boring in fact. The original version is so perfect and symbolic that I wasn’t expecting much from this one. I’m sorry, I still love you guys,” a fan on the opposite end of the spectrum wrote.