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A Very Heidi Halloween: See the Model’s Many Costumes From Over the Years
If there’s one person who isn’t afraid to seriously outdo your homemade costume, it’s Heidi Klum. PHOTOS: The Hottest Halloween Costumes for Millennials The 43-year-old German model, who’s had plenty of experience rocking intricate ensembles as a former Victoria’s Secret Angel, is also a huge fan of Halloween. Not only does she host a highly-anticipated Halloween party for a slew of celebrity guests every year, but she makes sure to wear extraordinarily over-the-top ensembles. From a towering robot to a 95-year-old (varicose veins and all), to even the controversial Hindu goddess Kali adorned with decapitated heads, Klum isn’t afraid to go all-out for her beloved holiday. And what can we expect from Klum in 2016? She’s scheduled to make the big reveal tonight, but she did treat Us Weekly to a clue about what it could be at the amfAR Inspiration Gala in Los Angeles last week … or she could've been tricking them. "My theme is going to be a German theme, and it’s going to be made in Germany," Klum told the celebrity news magazine. "It always goes through so many hurdles because these things go wrong, and it’s not as easy as I thought it would be. I mean, still today, we talk about certain things that have to be done on Monday, and it’s like, 'Oh, my God, I thought this would arrive. Why wouldn’t this work?'" READ: Heidi Klum Dishes on Her Other Favorite Holiday Klum previously shared this snap on Instagram to give fans a hint of what it could be: And she also shared this earlier today: While we patiently await Klum 2016 costume, we’re taking a look back at some of her most outrageous looks from over the years. And don’t worry — you still have time to rethink your outfit and head to Party City.
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2002

Betty Boop
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2006

The Serpent and Apple From the Garden of Eden
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2014

Butterfly
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2015

Jessica Rabbit
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2007

Cat
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2008

Hindu Goddess Kali
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2009

Crow
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2010

Alien Transformer
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2011 (Part 1)

Klum's Anatomy
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2011 (Part 2)

Planet of the Apes
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2012

Cleopatra
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2013

95-Year-Old Woman
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A Very Heidi Halloween: See the Model’s Many Costumes From Over the Years

If there’s one person who isn’t afraid to seriously outdo your homemade costume, it’s Heidi Klum. PHOTOS: The Hottest Halloween Costumes for Millennials The 43-year-old German model, who’s had plenty of experience rocking intricate ensembles as a former Victoria’s Secret Angel, is also a huge fan of Halloween. Not only does she host a highly-anticipated Halloween party for a slew of celebrity guests every year, but she makes sure to wear extraordinarily over-the-top ensembles. From a towering robot to a 95-year-old (varicose veins and all), to even the controversial Hindu goddess Kali adorned with decapitated heads, Klum isn’t afraid to go all-out for her beloved holiday. And what can we expect from Klum in 2016? She’s scheduled to make the big reveal tonight, but she did treat Us Weekly to a clue about what it could be at the amfAR Inspiration Gala in Los Angeles last week … or she could've been tricking them. "My theme is going to be a German theme, and it’s going to be made in Germany," Klum told the celebrity news magazine. "It always goes through so many hurdles because these things go wrong, and it’s not as easy as I thought it would be. I mean, still today, we talk about certain things that have to be done on Monday, and it’s like, 'Oh, my God, I thought this would arrive. Why wouldn’t this work?'" READ: Heidi Klum Dishes on Her Other Favorite Holiday Klum previously shared this snap on Instagram to give fans a hint of what it could be: And she also shared this earlier today: While we patiently await Klum 2016 costume, we’re taking a look back at some of her most outrageous looks from over the years. And don’t worry — you still have time to rethink your outfit and head to Party City.

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