No matter how good and original and expensive your Halloween costume is, it will never, ever come close to competing withÂ Heidi Klum’s Halloween costumes. That’s just science. Every single year, she takes Halloween to a new level. A level that previously hadn’t even existed. A level that our very own on-site physicists thought was impossible to reach. (And yes, our on-site physicists also double as our body language experts when needed.)
This year Heidi didn’t just dress up as old lady, she transformed herself into one. To the point that you would’ve seen her staring at you and kindly said, “no ma’am you must be confused, I’m not your granddaughter.” To be honest, the more I look at it, the more I’m questioning if it’s even legal for us to call this a costume. Not when it seems like an underhanded Oscars submissions for best make-up. Just look at the process it took to put this “costume” together. And by process, I mean team of paid professionals.
Pretty different than how you got ready, right? I mean your costume — and by your, I’m speaking for all normals out there — your costume involved grabbing a pair of scissors and cutting the tag off a pair of ears or cutting a t-shirt’s collar so that it looked ’80s or cutting open the bag that held your pre-packaged costume. It most certainly did not involve prosthetics or #CreativeCharacterEngineering or hours in a make-up chair. Truthfully, the last time I saw a scene like this one was inÂ Mrs. Doubtfire.Â I’m not accusing Heidi of anything, I’m just saying Seal might want to check the background references for his new nanny if she shows up on the elderly side.