Heidi Klum: Best Halloween Costumes Through The Years

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Just like many of us, even our Hollywood celebrities celebrated Hallowen, and put up quite an impressive show. Heidi Klum, always surprises us with new and out of the box outfits each year. Here?s presenting some of her best costumes so far:

Heidi Klum: The Best Costumes Through The Years

Just like every year this year too this model threw a bash to celebrate Halloween and impressed everyone. She’s been a butterfly and a monkey in the past. This time she carried on the animal theme (sort of) by turning herself into a rather curvy Jessica Rabbit from the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

The America?s Got Talent host, 42, kicked it all off in 2000 when she dressed up as a gothic Heidi. The following year she went as Lady Godiva in an all-white outfit and flowing wig and made a very grand entrance on a horse.

2010 was another eye-popping evening when she turned up to her bash as a superhero dressed in an elaborate red and purple plastic costume which required her to balance on stilts.

In 2011 she was dressed up as a terrifying dead body that had to be wheeled onto the red carpet on a stretcher, but the following year she decided to go glam and dazzled as Cleopatra.

In 2013, to poke fun at herself turning 40, she transformed into a wrinkly grandmother, while last year she wowed as a butterfly complete with full body paint and huge sequin-splattered wings.

Other celebrities who impressed us with their costumes are:

Katy Perry

Last year the singer won Halloween for appearing in a full-body Flamin’ Hot Cheetos number. And this year, this year she went for an equally memorable get up – as a mic drop or an oversized microphone, according to BBC.

Taylor Swift

According to Inside, Taylor swift got in the Halloween spirit during a Tampa concert and dressed as Olaf from the Disney movie Frozen. She was joined on stage by Idina Menzel, dressed as Queen Elsa.


Beyonce, Jay Z and little Blue Ivy came together as the cast of Eddie Murphy?s classic comedy, Coming to America.


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