Heidi Klum (49) will undergo another complex transformation on Halloween. In an interview with "Entertainment Tonight", Klum has now revealed the first details about her costume, which she will wear at her legendary horror party in New York.
"It's going to be very claustrophobic. But I don't want to disappoint my Halloween fans or myself. So every year I give myself this inner challenge. I want to create something unique, something unexpected. I think I did that this year, now I hope really that it works." Because there is never a dress rehearsal for the costumes.
Heavy prostheses would again be part of the costume, Klum continues. In the past, they always caused mixed feelings for her. "There are moments when I'm like, 'OK, I can do this,' and then it's like, 'Oh my God, take it off, take it off!' Because it basically sticks to you. It's not something you can take off like a hat when you don't feel like it anymore and take it off - it's on!" In case she feels the urge to take it off and starts "hyperventilating" under the weight of this year's disguise, she'll have an ambulance on site, Klum joked.
Due to the corona pandemic, Tom Kaulitz's (33) wife had to take a two-year break from her Halloween party. "The anticipation is great. My friends, also from all over the world, are coming to New York," explained the model. The 49-year-old deliberately chose the venue. "I love L.A., I live there and I did the party there once. But it takes me like 14 hours to complete my look and then people go to bed there. In New York, they really party, they are up all night until five, six in the morning. That's more my thing, on Halloween I want to celebrate with everyone around me."
The "Queen of Halloween" canceled her legendary celebration in 2020 and 2021. As a substitute, she made little horror films with her children and published them for her fans.