A Definitive Ranking of Heidi Klum’s Halloween Costumes
Queen of Halloween
Which over-the-top Heidi Klum Halloween costume ranks supreme? Click through to find out!
17. Goth (2000)
Frankly, this uninspired outfit could have been purchased at a Hot Topic. Since it's her first Halloween look, we'll give Klum a pass.
16. Betty Boop (2002)
There's no denying that she looks adorable, but another famous cartoon intepretation blows 2002 out of the cauldron.
15. Lady Godiva (2001)
Heidi gets props for the dramatic horse entrance, but we're seriously concerned about this animal's welfare. He looks like he just saw a ghost!
14. Disco Vampire (2005)
Has Tina Turner been bitten by a disco-loving vampire? The look confuses us, but the fangs are pretty fierce.
13. Cat (2007)
There's no denying that the German supermodel looks good in anything, but the literal version of a catsuit lacks creativity, thereby deserving a spot in the litter box.
12. Sexy Crow (2009)
11. Red Witch (2004)
Make no bones about it, this red witch is a horrifying display of Halloween mastery – we're just uncertain about the concept's inspiration. Is the skeleton an ex lover? A rival model? Maybe we shouldn't ask...
10. Gold Alien (2003)
This appears to be a failed look from Project Runway, but we don't hate the Mad Max meets Fifth Element components of the glitzy getup. In fact, we pretty much love it.
9. Cleopatra (2012)
Aside from the bold headpiece and scalloped cape, there's nothing too over the top about Heidi's Cleopatra costume. She does look insanely regal, which puts this gold garb at a strong ninth place in our ranking.
8. Eve's Apple (2006)
Heidi really took a bite out of her 2006 Adam and Eve theme as the serpent and the apple. Color blocking is SO in right now, so she was already setting trends.
7. Monkey (2011)
There was no monkeying around with this one. Hats off to Heidi for a wild costume that rivals any CGI portrayal from Planet of the Apes.
6. Creepy Cadaver (2011)
If you never got a chance to experience Discovery's Body Worlds Exhibit, this is pretty much what you saw. It's a good reminder that without skin, we all look the same.
5. Old Woman (2013)
Time to put the makeup artist for this look on America's Got Talent. From spider veins and wrinkles to age spots and the perfect gray wig, this head-to-toe costume should be memorialized and showcased in a museum.
4. Butterfly (2014)
Butterflies are beautiful, but this choice was slightly terrifying. Anyone else getting vibes from The Fly? Shudder-inducing.
3. Kali the Hindu Goddess (2008)
We are living for this creative, albeit violent play on Kali the Hindu Goddess. Seal was not harmed during the making of this epic costume.
2. Alien Robot (2010)
We're not entirely sure if she's channeling a Transformer or an alien from Mars, but this body glitter-doused character is commitment in every sense of the word.
1. Jessica Rabbit (2015)
Jaw-dropping, amazing, iconic...there are not enough adjectives to discuss Heidi Klum's ridiculously realistic take on the animated character, Jessica Rabbit. She basically won the internet and we can't wait to see what she has in store this year!