Updated: Saturday, 23 February 2013 00:00 | By Bang

Heidi Klum unsure about Oscars look

Heidi Klum has revealed she likes to wait until the last possible minute to choose her hairstyle for red carpet events and hasn't yet planned her look for the Oscars this Sunday (24.02.13).


Heidi Klum has revealed she likes to wait until the last possible minute to choose her hairstyle for red carpet events and hasn't yet planned her look for the Oscars this Sunday (© 24.02.13)

Heidi Klum has revealed she likes to wait until the last possible minute to choose her hairstyle for red carpet events and hasn't yet planned her look for the Oscars this Sunday (24.02.13).

Heidi Klum hasn't decided what look to go for at the Oscars.

The supermodel plans to wait until the very last minute to choose a hairstyle and bling to accessorize her gown for the 85th annual Academy Awards ceremony this Sunday (24.02.13).

She told People magazine: ''[My dress is] being made in Paris right now and being flown in on Friday. Once I try it on, I will think of my hairstyle. The dress is always first, then the hair, make-up and jewels.''

Heidi is known for her bold hairdos and daring fashion choices at red carpet events - memorably making headlines last November at the MTV EMAs thanks to a bejewelled turquoise gown boasting both a plunging neckline and thigh-high split - but she promised she will be keeping it simple when it comes to her blonde locks this weekend.

She explained: ''Some people might not like when my hair is shorter, including my daughter Leni. I did cut a short bob twice - and grew it out again. I just love long hair. I've cut bangs again and again too, [then] grown them out. It's back and forth!''

The 39-year-old star also revealed she was seriously jealous of actress Julianne Moore's long auburn mane and always looks forward to seeing her walk the red carpet.

Heidi said: ''Julianne Moore has the best hair in Hollywood right now. I love her colour and length. It really suits her.''

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