Heidi Klum's Halloween Costume Will Totally Confuse You

This was a real "make it work" moment.

What's the most exciting thing about Halloween? Besides the skull chocolates, it's seeing which wild costume Heidi Klum will wear this time. The supermodel famously hosts a holiday bash every October 31, and her task this year was to beat 2015's spot-on Jessica Rabbit look. So, what did Heidi do? She dressed like the queen of Halloween herself. Which is, um, herself.

That's right: the Project Runway host not only dressed as La Klum, but enlisted five other women to dress like Heidi Klum clones. It's confusing, so let's take a closer look. 

A photo posted by Heidi Klum (@heidiklum) on

Nope, you're not still seeing sextuplet from last night's witch's brew. What you're looking at here is six Heidi Klums, all wearing identical bodysuits and over-the-knee boots. And the ladies who weren't Heidi had a little help—namely, custom prosthetics—to make them look a little more like her.

Throughout the day yesterday, Heidi provided behind-the-scenes footage of the six-player costume coming together. And, the usually confident model expressed a bit of playful doubt about how it was all coming together.

A video posted by Heidi Klum (@heidiklum) on

She begged makeup artist Linday Hay to make her look pretty...

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Then, she admitted to special effects makeup artist Mike Marino: "this is a make-it-work moment." Well, what do you think? Did it work? If you want to know our reaction—thanks for asking!—we'll just leave this right here:

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Halloween's not over until Heidi Klum sings (or, you know, reveals her costume.) But now, it's officially time to put away the candy corn until next year.

 

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