Heidi Klum may still be feeling the sting of her January split with pop-star husband Seal, but she certainly didn't show it on Thursday night. The supermodel was the life of the party at a fundraiser for UNICEF, bringing down the house with her karaoke rendition of the Village People's "YMCA."
However, what fun would this particular tune be without the famous dance and crazy hats? Klum didn't disappoint. She got fully in the mode by donning a feather headdress, and even got the whole room to dance with her--including some fellow superstar friends such as Tom Hanks and wife Rita Wilson (Hanks wore the construction hat; Wilson opted to be the cowboy).
The karaoke event--titled "UNICEF's Playlist with the A-List"--was held at Hollywood's El Rey Theater and benefited UNICEF's Schools For Africa Initiative. The evening proved to be a rollicking good time for all, attracting stars to show off their vocal chops (or lack thereof).
Those who rocked the mic included House of Lies' Kristen Bell and Don Cheadle, who chose the Phil Collins/Philip Bailey classic "Easy Lover"; Alcatraz's Parminder Nagra who took on Marc Cohn's "Walking In Memphis"; and expectant mom Molly Sims, who provided a bit of black humor to the evening by performing Madonna's ode to teenage pregnancy "Papa Don't Preach."