Heidi Klum arrives at an America's Got Talent red carpet at Radio City Music Hall in New York City, on Aug. 11, 2015
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By Nolan Feeney
August 19, 2015

Heidi Klum literally shrugged off Donald Trump’s comments that she was “no longer a 10” on Tuesday, but the model and television personality says the presidential hopeful’s comments about women are “not really funny.”

“I was just making light of the situation because it was kind of funny I thought,” she told Access Hollywood Tuesday about an Instagram video she filmed in which a man in a Trump mask downgrades her from 10 to 9.99. Then she got serious:

“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 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.”

Mostly, though, the America’s Got Talent and Project Runway judge (and mother of four) was confused by why Trump was even talking about her at all in a New York Times interview. “Personally, I have no idea what I have to do with the election,” she said. “Why do I come into play with this election? Like that doesn’t make sense to me to be honest with you.”

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