Heidi Klum dresses as worm for annual Halloween party
November 1, 2022 | 1:53am
Heidi Klum dressed as a worm at her star-studded 21st annual Halloween party at Sake No Hana in the new Lower East Side Moxy hotel on Monday.
Klum proved to be quite the catch for her hubby, Tom Kaulitz, who dressed as a fisherman with his wormy wife hooked to his line.
“I tried to think outside of the box and come up with other things and last year I was thinking, oh, a tree would be really cool, or like, a plant, and then I kind of went from plant to rainworm,” she told reporters at the red carpet on Monday.
Klum shared that her costume, which took more than 10 hours to complete, is definitely one of her favorites.
“This is one of the top ones I would say, just because it’s so unusual and so big in size and it’s weird,” she said.
Still, the model admitted that it’s not so easy getting around in the elaborate costume.
“It’s hard for me to move. I don’t really have arms or legs,” she said. “When I fall over I need someone to help me get back up. I’m kind of stuck in it, you know? It feels a little claustrophobic.”
Prior to inching her way along the blue carpet, Klum took to Amazon Live to film her getting-ready process.
She also shared a naked photo of herself to show off her spray tan ahead of the spooky festivities.
Other guests in attendance at the annual spooky celebration included Questlove, who spun tunes for the fête, and Elon Musk, who arrived with his mom Maye Musk on his arm, as well as Ice-T and Coco, Antoni Porowski, Jonathan Van Ness, Kim Petras, and Heather Graham.
Partygoers enjoyed signature Baileys cocktails including a Baileys Shakeado and a Baileys S’mores Martini.
Klum has had some memorable Halloween costumes over the years.
The second year she threw the party, she rode in on a real horse while dressed as Lady Godiva, and in 2011, fans went bananas over her monkey costume.
In 2013, she dressed as an old lady, and in 2014, she stunned in an elaborate butterfly costume. In 2016, she turned heads when she arrived with five women dressed as her clones.
Her scariest look may have been in 2019, when she was unrecognizable as an alien-zombie the creepy costume took 10 hours to create. And in 2018, she looked rough and regal as Princess Fiona from the movie “Shrek.”
The party, sponsored by Now Screaming x Prime Video and Baileys Irish Cream Liqueur, took place at Tao Group Hospitality’s forthcoming modern Japanese restaurant, Sake No Hana.
The model partnered with Trick-Or-Treat @unicefusa to help raise awareness for its annual Halloween campaign, which raises money for children in need, according to a press release.