Celebrating in style! Over the years, many celebrities have enjoyed Halloween as a group — and that includes matching costumes.
Khloé Kardashian revealed that her daughter, True, was at an age where she could choose their costumes and she had a very interesting choice that year.
“True’s gonna be Moana,” the reality star shared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in October 2021. “She wants me to be Pua, the pig. It’s a little shady of her, but that’s OK. I will be Pua for True.”
The mother-daughter duo have enjoyed showing off their outfits on the spookiest night of the year. In 2018, the Strong Looks Better Naked author dressed up True, who she shares with Tristan Thompson, as a unicorn, a tiger, a lamb and a flamingo. Two years later, Kardashian and Thompson went out in matching Cleopatra and Mark Antony costumes, while their daughter was “Royal Highness True.”
The California native isn’t the only one who gets excited about her themed costumes. Heidi Klum, who is known as the queen of Halloween, has made her mark with her memorable costume ideas year after year.
In 2020, the model reflected on the legacy of her Halloween party nearly two decades since her first one.
“It’s crazy. I never expected that this party was going to go on for so many years, but here we are!” the former Project Runway host explained to The Hollywood Reporter at the time.
Klum recalled how her life for dressing up started when she was a child in Germany and has since earned her a reputation in the U.S.
“When I moved to America, I immediately fell in love with Halloween and the spookiness of it. All that was missing was a fantastic party. It felt like a real opportunity for me.” she detailed. “By me doing crazy, elaborate outfits as the host, my hope had always been that all my guests would follow. And it’s worked because, over the years, people have become increasingly more outrageous with their costumes. The party has become almost legendary. It’s epic. I feel like my love for Halloween has made other people fall in love with the holiday, too.”
Amid the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, the businesswoman got creative when she wasn’t able to throw her annual Halloween party.
“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. 🎃,” she captioned a short video that included her husband, Tom Kaulitz, and her kids. In the mini horror movie, Klum tries to hide from her family by using body paint to transform into a wall and bed sheet.
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