Heidi Klum has shed light on her Halloween costume (Picture: Getty)
Heidi Klum has teased her upcoming Halloween costume, suggesting that it could ‘block a few lanes of traffic’.
The supermodel and former Project Runway host has appropriately been dubbed the queen of the spooky season thanks to her wild annual party on October 31, and her extravagant costumes.
The 50-year-old is known for going all out for the festivities and has turned up on the red carpet in some iconic costumes over the years – including Princess Fiona from Shrek, Jessica Rabbit and when she spent hours in prosthetics to become a much older version of herself.
Side note: Who could forget when she turned into a worm last year?
Shedding light on what we can expect this year, Heidi revealed that she had a 10-hour round trip just to check the progress on it.
‘The tiniest little hint I can give you is it’s going to be very colorful, and super big,’ she told Entertainment Tonight. ‘Honestly, I was envisioning it to be epic.’
Heidi hit the red carpet as a worm last year (Picture: Getty)
She also dressed up as Princess Fiona from Shrek (Picture: WireImage)
She also warned that it may ‘block a few lanes of the street’ when she arrives at her annual bash at the end of the month, so good luck to anyone else that happens to be on the carpet at the same time.
‘I actually just took a trip, five hours I had to fly some place — and I don’t even want to say where because I don’t want to give you any clue — but I had to fly five hours to this mysterious place and five hours back just to have a little look how things were going,’ she continued.
‘Things are going very well. Thank goodness!’
What could it possibly be?
She teased that her upcoming look will block traffic (Picture: FilmMagic)
What could she dress up as this year?(Picture: Getty)
In the past, Heidi has popped up as a terrifying – and wildly intricate – alien, a human body without flesh, Lady Godiva, a butterfly and herself, flanked by her very own clones.
However, the America’s Got Talent host insisted that she doesn’t just throw her lavish costumes in the bin when Halloween is over and done with.
‘I have every costume I have ever worn,’ she added to the outlet. ‘I am a hoarder just for my regular, normal clothes, so why would I not hoard my costumes?’
Petition to get a Heidiween museum made up ASAP, anyone?
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What could it possibly be?