The model and TV personality, who is the exact person to making headlines at the buzzy awards exhibit, did so yet again when she shown in a silver and purple, feathered Germanier mini dress.
There was many things to look at with Klum's outfit — the dress is a mix of feathers, sparkles and cutouts and also merging with a built-in choker. Klum wrapped out her look with jewels, a gorgeous silver heels and a silver clutch bringing along her husband, Tom Kaulitz as her partner.
She posted in Instagram to presenting her look for that night, with simple caption, "Date night."
Klum and Kaulitz walked in the Golden Globes red carpet in 2019, it's already been four years since then, where she displayed her engagement ring for the first time — along with a long black gown with floral details and corset top.
The ring, which made from a golden sparkler with diamonds and an emerald center stone, perfected her pink nail polish, too, and she was making sure to show it off as she and Kaulitz posed for PDA-filled photographs. Earlier in that evening, Klum posted her preparation routine on Instagram, which featured some of her team, her makeup artist Linda Hay, hairstylist Lorenzo Martin and manicurist Tom Bachik.
Klum walked the carpet at the Avatar: The Way of Water premiere in a quite similar impressive dress just last month, a tulle Lever Couture dress whose partially sheer panels offered the optical vision that she was wearing water!
With a high-high gap and side cutouts, the water-inspired dress from the America's Got Talent judge was suited by her partner' silver suit with a fitting button-up shirt under it, an appearance he finished with black sneakers.
Klum fundamentally won Halloween weekend, obviously, months before that big event, where she wore a head-to-toe terrific worm costume — featuring a curved head and long tail. For this custome, her entire body was covered, except of her eyes and mouth, and her shoes pop out.
"I don't think I've ever felt as claustrophobic as I will feel that night," Klum shared at that time. "I have a thing about feeling claustrophobic."
"Especially if I have too much stuck on me and can't take it off. … So I'll have to really breeze through it." she added.
The 80th Golden Globe Awards ceremony is shown live on Tuesday, Jan. 10, at 8 p.m. ET on NBC and Peacock.