Heidi Klum Is Unrecognizable In Old Woman Costume - See More Celebs In Their Halloween Garb!
November 1st, 2013 12:00pm EDT
Every year, fans wait eagerly to see what Heidi Klum cooks up for Halloween. The model loves the holiday so much, she goes all out in extravagant, oftentimes over-the-top costumes.
This year, the "Project Runway" host transformed herself into an old woman. From the cane to pearl necklace, she executed the look flawlessy. What makes the look even more authentic are the details. Check out the varicose veins on her legs!
Check out more stars on Halloween and see if you can guess who they are (answers underneath their photos)...
"Heat" co-stars and pals Melissa McCarthy and Sandra Bullock as the Gorton fishermen. Bullock's son Louis was a skeleton.
Zombies were a popular choice this year, as evidenced by the heavily made up and unrecognizable Simon Pegg.
David Arquette chose a creepy Bozo the Clown costume.
The brown wig helped to semi-disguise princess Gwen Stefani.
Kelly Osbourne looked to the horror movie "Carrie" for inspiration.
Hugh Laurie also opted for a zombie costume.
Coco was obviously a school girl, while her hubby Ice-T completely covered up in a military-style flack jaket and face mask.
Kate Moss and her family looked like they had a ghoulish good time.
And here are some easier-to-identify stars...
Bethenney Frankel as Marilyn Monroe.
Adam Levine and his fiancee Behati Prinsloo.
Katie Couric as...Dolly Parton?
Jonathan Rhys-Meyers as a zombie.
Astronaut Kelly Ripa.
Brooke Burns as Poison Ivy.
Angel Joanna Krupa.
Nicole Scherzinger as Catwoman.
Bette Midler channels "The Big Easy."
Martian Lily Allen.
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