Neil Patrick Harris And David Burtka Attend Heidi Klum's Halloween Party As The Olsen Twins
This Halloween, we've seen a whole wide range of pretty amazing costumes, from people dressing up their kids to using popular culture to inform their idea, or - if you've got the money and the time - turning yourself into a ridiculous half-human/half-machine creature that defies definition.
However, sometimes you've really got to involve another person into the act in order to make it really special. That's where How I Met Your Mother star Neil Patrick Harris and his husband - also an actor - David Burtka come in.
The resemblance is uncanny, isn't it?
The Olsen twins originally made their name as children on shows like Two of a Kind and Full House. Their sister Elizabeth is currently playing Scarlet Witch in the MCU.
Wearing maxi dresses, coats and - of course - head to toe in the Olsen signature black, Neil and David cut a rug together at the bash, which was also attended by a load of other celebs.
The pair also spent a fair amount of time outside the venue striking some of the Olsens' trademark poses.
That means waving cigarettes about, fending off cameras - all of the stuff the twins have become famous for in recent years.
This isn't Neil and David's first attempt at such a feat. They've previously appeared as characters from Star Wars, Peter Pan and The Wizard of Oz.
Anyhow, regardless of how impressive their costume idea was, everyone was upstaged by the hostess of the party.
Yep, German supermodel Heidi Klum not only dressed up as some sort of revolting creature that can't really be properly explained, but also made herself a living art installation by getting the prosthetics and make-up on over 13 hours in the window of a New York Amazon store.
That's some dedication.
Speaking about her costume idea to Entertainment Tonight, Klum said: "This year is my 20th anniversary of my Halloween party, so I thought it would be fun for people to watch live when I get ready.
"On the 34th Street store of Amazon, I'm gonna be sitting in the window and people can just come by all day long and just watch the process if they're interested in seeing something like that."
She continued: "I thought it was fun to do a live art installation - that's what I just want to call it, because, for me, it's life art, what they do to me. People can hang out there all day and watch or come in the morning and then shop and come back in the afternoon.
"I'll still be there. Come and watch if you want!"
Eugh, no thanks.
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