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Heidi Klum Makes Christmas Wishes Come True During Steamy Holiday Dance

By Gary Trock

Heidi Klum just can't stop dancing to the Christmas beat, and we can't stop watching as the German supermodel hops around during a video that will definitely get your bells jingling. Klum shared a couple of videos to her Instagram page on Monday that appeared to be taken during a holiday shoot of some kind.

As Mariah Carey's, "All I Want for Christmas Is You," began playing, Klum twirled herself around and captioned the video, "This is what happens when I hear your Song @mariahcarey."

Wearing a flowing white ensemble adorned with red and green flowers, Klum was sending off a steady stream of holiday heat vibes while hopping around and twirling to the upbeat, festive tune.

"I can’t stop dancing," Klum wrote while kicking her legs into the air. She also included the caption, "all I want for christmas is you!"

Fans praised Klum for her beautiful look, but also for her impressive dance moves that she was able to pull off while wearing the couture.

"How do you prance and dance like that in heels, thats what I want to know. You move like your in sneakers!" one fan commented.

Trip to the Hospital


Shortly after sharing the revealing shots from behind-the-scenes of her photoshoot, Klum revealed that she landed herself in the hospital in serious need of treatment. Posting a black and white photo of herself and new husband Tom Kaulitz, Klum wrote, "Please Doctor get this parasite out of my body."

She also posted a video to her Instagram Stories of what appeared to be blood drawn. It's unclear exactly what the supermodel is dealing with, but she kept referencing a "parasite" on her social media.

The Cure


In the midst of agony, it seems Heidi Klum has found the cure to her ailment in Matzoh ball soup.

"The Matzoh ball soup is going to make it all better!" she told her fans via Instagram Stories after being treated for her "parasite." She showed herself eating a big bowl full of three Matzoh balls, which are traditional Jewish soup dumplings.

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