Top model Heidi Klum’s annual Halloween party has become legendary. The pumpkin festival is not only a highlight for the 49-year-old, all of Hollywood gathers for her party and presents spectacular, creative and damn elaborate costumes. For her 2019 Halloween costume, she spent almost ten hours in the mask to become the chilling alien cyborg.

The top model seems to want to trump this personal styling record again in 2022. Compared to the US magazine “ET” she gave the first hints about her possibly very spectacular masquerade: “I will feel very claustrophobic in my costume. Very, very claustrophobic!”

It consists partly of heavy prostheses – the Halloween costume this year should be so elaborate that an ambulance would be on site at your party if the presenter and model were to hyperventilate due to the tight and heavy disguise.

In any case, Heidi Klum is already full of anticipation – on Instagram she shared a post that once again reviews all her past costumes for the horror festival:

For all those who, like Heidi Klum, can’t get enough of the festival of ghosts, witches, vampires and co., we’ve looked back and brought the craziest Halloween looks of the past few years back from the dead.

But before you can get inspiration for your own Halloween party, we have one more question for you:

Now that we’ve clarified that, we can finally get started with what are probably the ten scariest or just weirdest costumes for stars and starlets. Sometimes it’s really hard to guess which celebrity is behind the Halloween costume.

The two had nailed the look pretty well from the 1988 horror comedy starring Michael Keaton: Canadian pop singer The Weeknd with his then-girlfriend, model Bella Hadid.

The photo was taken – how could it be otherwise – at Heidi Klum’s Halloween party two years ago in New York. While The Weeknd donned the costume of the eponymous goofball, Hadid cast gothic teenager Lydia Deetz, played by Winona Ryder in the film.

In 2020, “Game of Thrones” star Sophie Turner and her husband, singer Joe Jonas, also had to celebrate Halloween at home. Due to the corona pandemic, no opulent theme parties took place in the USA either. The version of the “Addams Family” is still impressive.

Of course, the Kardashians cannot be left out of this list. They are represented by model and influencer Khloé Kardashian. In 2019 she decided on a very special costume: the Disney villain Cruella De Vil from the cartoon “101 Dalmatians”.

For this she wore a dress by the Berlin fashion label Lever Couture – and treated her daughter True Thompson to a matching partner costume in a Dalmatian look.

Whether presenter and model Rebecca Mir would rather be a vampire or a bloodthirsty big cat, we cannot say with certainty. In any case, it is a very elaborate masquerade.

Johnny Depp couldn’t have done it any better. Lady Gaga excelled as Edward Scissorhands, proving that characters from Tim Burton movies are real Halloween classics.

… were definitely megastar Beyoncé and husband rapper Jay-Z. Including the plastic packaging, the toy dolls that had come to life already had a certain creepy zombie factor. The family costume was available for Halloween 2018.

Or rather the Joker! How I Met Your Mother actor Neil Patrick Harris and his husband David Burtka and their twins headed to the gritty world of Gotham City for Halloween 2014. While the kids were allowed to save the world as Batman and Robin, the two daddies were the villains.

Childhood dreams came true: Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel, together with their son, became the Lego version of Batman and Co. Whether that’s scary is anyone’s guess, but it was cool.

Walter White and Jesse Pinkman from the series “Breaking Bad” at least embodied criminal energy and were scary because they dissolved corpses in chemical drums. The ideal costume for film director Guy Ritchie and his son Rocco for the Unicef ​​Halloween Ball seven years ago.

The award for probably the most creative and funniest Halloween costume ever goes to Katy Perry. In 2014, the pop singer dressed up as a snack, which, thanks to its sharpness, had horror potential and could cause nightmares: Flamin’ Hot Cheetos. Everyone in the USA knows the chilli corn flip, but here the brand is only available in a few stores.

This article was first published in October 2020.