Open Post: Hosted By Heidi Klum’s Halloween Horror Movie

November 2, 2020 / Posted by:

Heidi Klum didn’t throw her big annual Halloween party this year because of, you know, coronavirus. But the Queen of Halloween didn’t let a deadly infectious disease keep her down and instead, did a 5-minute Halloween movie featuring her whole family including her kids, Leni, 16, Henry, 14, Johan, 13, and Lou, 10, and her husband, Tom Kaulitz. Heidi Klum continues to do the most for Halloween and this year, she went as Horror Movie Queen. Jamie Lee Curtis, WHO (not really)?!

Heidi acknowledged that Halloween was “different” this year, and I respect her for consciously choosing to act like a normal person because she didn’t have to–she’s rich. She coulda been out there like a Kardashian on a private beach with everyone dressed up as the cast of Gilligan’s Island if she wanted to. But instead of the party, Heidi decided to do the slightly more relatable thing and create a Halloween movie with her family, encouraging people to celebrate at home.

The plot of Heidi’s horror movie goes like this: Tom cooks sausage for the fam and the kids ask Heidi what they’re going to do for Halloween. Heidi suggests they just do Halloween at home and goes off to make the kids costumes. And what does she choose to work with for their costumes? The toilet paper she panic-purchased in March due to coronavirus! Timely. So Heidi dresses the kids up as mummies but has to excuse herself to use the bathroom, saying, “I think I ate a bad sausage.” That’s where the horror truly begins.

As Heidi takes a dump, she runs out of toilet paper. When Heidi calls for her children to bring her some, they transform into real mummies. Heidi then goes looking for the kids and hijinks ensued! I have one question after the video: Did Heidi ever end up wiping? Or…?

What a kooky-ride Heidi and her family just brought us on. I think this video was really only missing one important thing, and that was Tim Gunn sliding his glasses down the brim of his nose and critiquing the draping choices of Heidi’s mummy costumes.

Pic: YouTube

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