Heidi Klum is proving to be a force to be reckoned with, especially when it comes to men.
After getting dragged into Donald Trump’s election drama this week when the Republican presidential nominee hopeful said the former Victoria'a Secret model is not “a 10” anymore in a New York Times interview, Klum took on “Tonight Show” host Jimmy Fallon during a game of Box of Lies.
The recurring game consists of mystery boxes with bizarre items inside. A player chooses a box and then opens it out of the opponents view. They must then describe the contents of their box and the other player has to guess whether they are telling the truth or lying.
Klum’s lying abilities were tested first when she pulled out a small bathtub filled with mini bottles of Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey. The "Project Runway" host began describing a sort of “butterfly box” with chewed up gum stick on top,” but Fallon didn’t seem convinced.
“That’s a lie,” he said.
“Are you sure?” Klum responded, in an attempt to throw off her opponent.
Luckily for Fallon, he was sure. The reality show host then suggested they drink some of the whiskey and proceeded to down a bottle of Fireball, shaming Fallon who took a sip and quivered.
“Your my, your my best friend,” the funny man slurred in a drunk voice.
Maybe it was the alcohol, but Fallon proved to be a bad fibber. On his turn, he claimed to have a Jello mold full of Justin Bieber heads, which Klum instantaneously — and correctly — called a lie.
The German model chose the last box, which contained a patch of moss with a pair of plastic lips on top. Unable to contain himself from making a joke about the double entendre, Fallon reminded Klum that the late night show airs “at a certain time.”
"Moss with lips on it?" Fallon doubted, but then added, "Your telling the truth!"
It was the truth. Fallon picked up a second point and won the game.
Earlier in the show, Klum talked about winning kudos with her four kids after Taylor Swift personally invited them to her concert and revealed who her favorite act is this season on “America’s Got Talent.”
“Next week you guys definitely have to watch [the show] because my favorite act is on,” the “AGT” judge said. “It’s the Regurgitator. He eats all these things and throws them back up.”
The 10th season of “America’s Got Talent” airs Wednesday’s on NBC at 8 p.m. ET (7 p.m. CT).