Besides judging talented contestants on the hit show “America”s Got Talent,” German supermodel Heidi Klum is also known as Queen of Halloween, having hosted Halloween events for two decades.
With the ongoing pandemic, Klum has decided to cancel her annual event. However, the 48-year-old catwalk queen is cooking up a new way to enjoy the spookiest season.
Klum recently gave her 8.6 million Instagram followers a glimpse of “Heidi Halloween 2021.” She filmed the video as she walked around a garden surrounded by crew members and camera equipment. Klum wrote in the caption:
“Things are starting to get spooky around here …. ⚰️👻⚰️👻⚰️👻 #HeidiHalloween2021”
She wore a seemingly tattered pink dress as she panned the camera around the area. A few people were chatting under the trees while another group fixed a set inside a building.
As Klum entered the building, one of the crew showed her a black coffin. The top model looked pleased with the coffin and tried to frighten fans by quickly turning the camera to her face and making a ghoulish sound.
With her knack for pulling off one elaborate costume after another, Klum has earned the reputation “Queen of Halloween.”
The whole Halloween set-up seems to be in preparation for Klum’s short horror film for this year. In 2020, she pulled off her first horror flick participated by her whole family amid the global health crisis.
The short film shows Klum and her husband, Tom Kaulitz, trying to reassure their blended kids, Leni, 17, Henry, 16, Johan, 14, and Lou, 11, that they can still have fun at home, even though outdoor Halloween gatherings were canceled.
As the lightning struck, what seemed to be a boring Halloween turned into something sinister. Dressed as mummified zombies, the children chased their mother around the house.
Klum previously showed several fun pictures from when she filmed the scenes with her family. The photos showed the acclaimed model disguised as a bedspread and a wooden wall.
With her knack for pulling off one elaborate costume after another, Klum has earned the reputation “Queen of Halloween.” In a 2018 interview, she shared that she has long embraced the title.
In the past, her amazing costumes included dressing as Michael Jackson from the “Thriller” music video, Princess Fiona from the “Shrek” film, and Jessica Rabbit from the movie “Who Framed Roger Rabbit?”
Klum began her Halloween function in 2000. She said she could not believe that her annual Halloween celebration would become one of the most popular parties in Hollywood.