Supermodel supermom Heidi Klum recently stepped out wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with this super-sweet message: "When we have each other, we have everything."
At first it might seem like this message was meant to be a love note to her beau Martin Kristen. The couple got off to a rocky start when Seal criticized his ex for "fornicating with help," so the shirt could be seen as Heidi's way of telling the world that she and her bodyguard boyfriend aren't going to let anything stand in the way of their happiness.
However, the shirt could also refer to her kids. According to Us Weekly, here's what the blonde bombshell recently said about her big brood: "My children are everything for me. I've always wanted to have a big family. And I'm fortunate enough to have four."
Heidi Klum isn't the only celebrity who has stepped out wearing a T-shirt with a message. Here's a look at a few other stars' who wear their minds on their chests:
RiRi seems to love to causing controversy with her clothing choices, so it wasn't that surprising to see her wearing a T-shirt emblazoned with the words "C**t Life" back in June. It seemed to be a reference to rapper Tupac's famous "thug life" tattoo, and perhaps she was paying tribute to the rapper known for being a "playa" because she was feeling like one herself - she wore it shortly after Drake and Chris Brown allegedly got in a fight over her. RiRi might want to drag out the shirt again since Karrueche Tran (her Biggie Smalls) won't stay away from her man.
Halle also seemed to be paying tribute to a musician with her "Got to have faith" T-shirt. But instead of showing her love for George Michael, maybe she was looking for a little faith in finding lasting love. She's currently engaged to Olivier Martinez, but here's what she recently told ET Online about her former romance woes: "My picker's broken. God just wanted to mix up my life. Maybe he was thinking, 'This girl can't get everything! I'm going to give her a broken picker.'"
This British boy band member was photographed wearing a "F**ck You" T-shirt back in July. Perhaps the One Direction singer was just displaying typical teenage moodiness, or maybe he was trying to make sure that everyone knows that he's the bad boy of the group. It's also possible that he was sending a message to conservative blogger Debbie Schlussel -- a few days earlier she had accused the Muslim singer of "pimping Islam" to young girls, and she also tried to tie him to terrorists. So "What Makes You Beautiful" = an underwear bomb?
So are you a fan of message T-shirts, or should celebs keep their feelings to themselves?
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