Heidi Klum reacts to the ‘Victoria’s Secret’ documentaries.

Heidi Klum celebrates her design competition,

Heidi Klum celebrates her design competition, “Making the Cut,” airing on Prime Video. (Photo: Amanda Edwards/Getty Images)

Heidi Klum wasn’t a fan of Hulu documentaries Victoria’s Secret: Angels and Demons.

“I watched it and I thought it was pretty boring, to be honest with you,” the supermodel said on Wednesday’s episode. Just for Variety with Marc Malkin podcast. “Almost nobody I knew was on that show. I didn’t know who half of these people were, so I was like, ‘Who’s everybody talking about?’ It’s so strange. I’ve never met any of these people.”

Klum was one of the underwear company’s most high-profile models — the company called them “Angels” — for 13 years. She shed her wings in December 2010, having left on good terms, apparently to focus on other projects.

Heidi Klum and other lingerie models at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show on November 14, 2002 in New York City.  (Photo: TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP via Getty Images)

Heidi Klum and other lingerie models at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on November 14, 2002 in New York City. (Photo: Timonty A. Clary/AFP via Getty Images)

The much-hyped three-part documentary, which premiered last month, revealed alleged behind-the-scenes problems at Victoria’s Secret, including bullying, sexual harassment and body-shaming, during the Angels’ two decades of existence. She also explained that the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein was once a money manager for Les Wexner, the former CEO of its one-time parent company, L Brands. (Under new leadership, Victoria’s Secret has since apologized and rebranded, dropping the Angels campaign as no longer “culturally relevant.”)

As one of the biggest names in the Angels era, Klum is mentioned in the show, but does not appear in it.

“They approached me. They asked me if I wanted to be a part of it, and I said, “If you’re looking for a negative story, you’re barking up the wrong tree, because I had the most wonderful time there,” the Making the cut said the executive producer and host. “It felt like they were my family. I traveled all over the world with them. I made great friends: Alessandra [Ambrosio]Tyra [Banks]Adriana [Lima]Giselle [Bündchen]You know, these are my girls. We just had the best time together. So, you know, hearing all these stories come up, to me it’s like my mind was blown, you know? When they accuse different people of doing things, I’m like, “Oh my God, did that really happen?” I do not know.

“So I was always waiting to get more insight. But, I don’t know, it never came, so I never followed through on it.”

Heidi Klum is fitted for lingerie ahead of the 2003 Victoria's Secret Fashion Show on November 10, 2003 in New York City.  (Photo: Evan Agostini/Getty Images)

Heidi Klum is fitted for lingerie ahead of the 2003 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show on November 10, 2003 in New York City. (Photo: Evan Agostini/Getty Images)

Other former Victoria’s Secret employees, including models Lyndsey Scott and Frederique van der Wal, along with executives and others, have chosen to tell their stories, though it’s unclear whether Klum heard them.

Hulu and the show’s producers did not respond to Yahoo Entertainment’s request for comment.

In her interview, Klum agreed with the host that the modeling industry as a whole has become more inclusive.

“Yes, and it should have been much earlier,” he said. “I was considered curvy at the time, you know?

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