Heidi Klum's 2020 Halloween Offering Is Her Very Own Horror Movie
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Heidi Klum is known for going all-out when Halloween rolls around, but this year she's arguably outdone herself, having created her very own horror movie... complete with diarrhea gags and everything.
Klum, 47, often unveils an outlandish costume at Halloween, having previously transformed into everyone from Jessica Rabbit and Betty Boop to Cleopatra and Shrek's Princess Fiona for her legendary annual parties.
This year, lavish bashes are obviously off the cards as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rock the global events calendar, but that's not stopped Klum from going big.
Having found inspiration a little closer to home, Klum has created a five-minute horror short with her family, having roped in husband Tom Kaulitz and her four kids - Helene, 16, Henry, 15, Johan, 13, and 11-year-old Lou - to help.
Sharing the video on social media, she wrote: "Halloween is different this year, but that shouldn't stop us from getting creative at home.
"Be safe, be spooky, and spend time with family."
In the film, which she's called Heidi Does Halloween, the family try to salvage Halloween after having normal plans scuppered due to the pandemic.
Klum whips out one of this year's most coveted items, toilet roll, and creates some DIY mummy costumes for her kids - only to find the dodgy sausage she ate earlier has started to wreak havoc on her stomach.
Dashing off to the toilet to relieve herself, a farting Klum calls out to her offspring to bring her some of the toilet paper that's being used for their outfits, but she's left to fend for herself as they all ignore her - having each turned into a real mummy, while husband Tom morphs into a zombie.
Klum is chased around the house by her fearsome family, getting her team of make-up artists to help her blend into her surroundings - merging into the wall as a bulletin board with Post-It notes and disguising herself as a marble bedspread.
Unfortunately, the best efforts of Klum and her make-up team aren't enough to save her, and she's eventually attacked by her family as a voiceover says: "This Halloween, stay at home and enjoy some quality time with the family.
"Just try not to kill each other."
Speaking to USA Today, Klum explained how she enjoys Halloween as it's an opportunity to get creative.
She said of her film: "I was thinking about how we, like so many families, would be stuck at home and what we had around the house that we could make into costumes. To me, Halloween means creativity!
"That's why I enjoy the holiday so much because it's a chance to come up with something completely out of the box and let your imagination run wild.
"It's also such a fun way to celebrate as a family because everyone can get involved creating their own costumes."
Watch Klum's full five-minute movie here.