Heidi Klum Shares Two Hints About This Year’s Sure-to-Be Epic Halloween Costume

The queen of spooky season just revealed a few more aspects of her Oct. 31 getup.
Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum.

Heidi Klum, the queen of Halloween, recently sat down for an interview about all things spooky with Entertainment Tonight. While the supermodel admitted that she keeps all of her old costumes, she also teased this year’s getup, which will certainly be epic.

“I mean, a tiny little hint I can give you is, it’s going to be very colorful and super big,” the iconic SI Swimsuit star stated during the interview snippet she shared to her Instagram account on Oct. 24.

“One more week 🎃😈👻 #HeidiHalloween2023,” Klum wrote in her caption, noting the countdown to her A-lister New York City bash on Oct. 31.

During the segment, the America’s Got Talent judge noted that while her team always encourages her to come up with a “Plan B,” she’s never interested in pivoting from her original idea. 

Last month, Klum also teased her costume while speaking with Daily Mail on the red carpet. “It’s going to be extra. It’s going to be really extra,” the German model and TV personality said. She then added, “I have had sleepless nights over it. You know me.”

In case anyone missed it, the 50-year-old mom of four dressed up as a worm last Halloween in a moment that quickly went viral. In previous years, she’s gone as a gory alien, Fiona from Shrek, the fictional character Jessica Rabbit and even a group costume with clones of herself. 

While we eagerly await the reveal of this year’s costume, check out our favorite of Klum’s past Halloween looks here.

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