5 Reasons Why Heidi Klum Is The Queen Of Halloween

“In our house it’s Halloween all year round,” Klum once told People. Well, with an Oscar-winning make-up artist and prosthetics on speed dial, it’s no wonder Heidi nails her Halloween costumes perfectly. She is known to transform into anything and anyone and pulls off the most fabulous annual Halloween bash. This year the German model did no disappoint us as she literally transformed into Jessica Rabbit. Here are 5 reasons why Heidi Klum is the Queen of Halloween.

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The mother-of-four looked flawless in her Jessica Rabbit costume as she pulls off yet again an outstanding annual Halloween party held in New York City. The 42-year-old Project Runway host delivered more than just a fab costume but her whole transformation was from head to toe as usual. With a fake chest and bottom that gave her that hourglass Jessica Rabbit figure. This is definitely one of our faves.

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Butterfly- In 2014, Heidi Klum delivered wings in a colorful buggy costume for her annual Halloween bash.

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Image source: Daily mail

Old Lady- In 2013, Heidi transformed into an unrecognizable old lady, Like seriously are those varicose veins? The glamorous beauty attended her bash in a spectacular granny combination, which she referred to as “little old me,” in a Tweet. Outstanding right?!

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Image Source: E online

One of Klum’s most controversial costume was when she dressed up as the “Hindu Goddess Kali”. Well Hindu followers had a lot to say about the way she portrayed this costume.

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 31:  Heidi Klum attends Heidi Klum's 9th annual Halloween party at 1 OAK on October 31, 2008 in New York City.  (Photo by Joe Kohen/WireImage)
 (Photo by Joe Kohen/WireImage)

In 2011, Klum’s anatomy-inspired ensemble was delivered with perfection, she donned a body suit painted with muscles, veins and tendons.

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Image Source: Getty

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