Nobody Does Halloween Better Than Heidi Klum

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Even if you’re not one of those people, who like to dress up for Halloween, Heidi Klum’s outfits is something to keep an eye out for. Each year she surprises everyone by going all out and dressing up in costumes that take hours to put on.

She attracted everyone’s attention (and cause a little controversy) in 2008, by dressing up as Hindu goddess Kali. In 2011 she shocked everyone when she was wheeled in to her own party by a couple of blood-covered doctors lying on an autopsy table wearing a ‘dead body with the skin peeled off’ costume. The model proved her dedication to the cause in 2016 when she showed up at the party dressed up as Jessica Rabbit – a costume she was planning for eight months! There’s no doubt that she definitely keeps outdoing herself.

Check out her Halloween costume evolution below and take a guess at what she might go for this year in the comments.

demilked (h/t boredpanda)

Pippi Longstocking, 2000

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Lady Godiva, 2001

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Betty Boop, 2002

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Gold Alien, 2003

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Red Witch, 2004

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Vampire, 2005

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Forbidden Fruit, 2006

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Cat, 2007

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Goddess Kali, 2008

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Crow, 2009

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Superhero, 2010

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“Bodies” Cadavar, 2011

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Ape, 2011

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Cleopatra, 2012

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95-Year-Old Heidi, 2013

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Butterfly, 2014

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Jessica Rabbit, 2015

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Herself, 2016

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