Heidi Klum’s Halloween costume will take 10 hours to assemble

Heidi Klum has revealed her Halloween costume this year will take “10 hours” to put on.The model and TV personality has become known for going all out with her fancy dress for her annual Halloween party, with her previous costumes including Hindu godde…

Heidi Klum has revealed her Halloween costume this year will take “10 hours” to put on.

The model and TV personality has become known for going all out with her fancy dress for her annual Halloween party, with her previous costumes including Hindu goddess Kali, Cleopatra, Jessica Rabbit, and the werewolf from Michael Jackson’s Thriller video.

Last year, she attended with now-husband Tom Kaulitz in full prosthetics as ogres Princess Fiona and Shrek from the hit animated franchise, and Heidi is going above and beyond for the upcoming 20th anniversary of her Halloween party.

“I’m gonna have a hard time walking, and it’ll take a really long time. It will be a couples’ costume!” she told People, before adding that it will take “10 hours” to put on.

However, the Tokio Hotel musician’s outfit will be much easier this time around, after he found the Shrek prosthetics overwhelming last year.

“His is gonna be easier (than mine this year) because last year I felt so bad for him,” Heidi explained. “He had never done this before, and it was harder for him than for me because he had the big belly and the face. I’m used to it, but he was like, ‘Oh my god, I’m gonna die! It’s so hot!'”

Despite freaking out, the 30-year-old rocker took it all in his stride.

“He loved it. He’s just as nuts as me, but I had to come up with something a little easier for him to wear this time around,” the former Project Runway star shared.

And the 46-year-old also revealed she will be doing a live performance in the window of Amazon’s New York store, so fans will be able to see her getting ready for the Halloween bash.

“People walking by can see, shop, have lunch and come back, and I’ll still be sitting there in that window getting ready,” she laughed.

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Cameron Diaz: ‘I don’t miss performing’

Cameron Diaz has no interest in returning to acting. The Hollywood star made her movie debut in 1994 comedy The Mask and went on to star in films such as Charlie’s Angels, My Best Friend’s Wedding and Being John Malkovich, as well as voice Princes…

Cameron Diaz has no interest in returning to acting.

 The Hollywood star made her movie debut in 1994 comedy The Mask and went on to star in films such as Charlie’s Angels, My Best Friend’s Wedding and Being John Malkovich, as well as voice Princess Fiona in the Shrek animated franchise.  

 Diaz’s last film appearance was as Miss Hannigan in the 2014 remake of musical Annie, and in a rare interview with InStyle magazine, she admitted she hasn’t missed being in front of the camera.  

 “The way I look at it is that I’ve given more than half of my life to the public,” she said. “I feel it’s OK for me to take time for myself now, to reorganise and choose how I want to come (back) into the world. If I decide to. I don’t miss performing. Right now, I’m looking at the landscape of wellness and all that. But whatever I do, it has to be something I’m passionate about – something that just feels effortless.”  

 The actress also shared that she likes not having to give interviews to promote movies because it enables her to stay out of the public eye.  

 “It’s fun to just not have anybody know what I’m up to. Because my time is mine. I’m not selling any films, and because I’m not selling anything, I don’t have to give anybody anything. I’m not doing this anymore. I’m living my life,” the 46-year-old added. 

 The blonde beauty, who married Good Charlotte rocker Benji Madden in 2015, has been exploring new business options since she quit acting, including releasing two health and wellness books, and she is currently working on a top-secret project.  

 “I like creating, so I’m just looking for the project that makes the most sense for me now. I have some things brewing, but it’s a little too early to talk about them,” she teased. 

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Shrek and Puss in Boots films in development

New Shrek and Puss in Boots movies are in the works. Producer Chris Meledandri is developing the animated films for bosses at Universal Pictures and he is hoping he can bring back Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy and Antonio Banderas to voice Shrek, Donkey, a…

New Shrek and Puss in Boots movies are in the works.

Producer Chris Meledandri is developing the animated films for bosses at Universal Pictures and he is hoping he can bring back Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy and Antonio Banderas to voice Shrek, Donkey, and Puss in Boots in the new projects.

“When you look back on those vocal performances, they’re awesome, and while you certainly could make a case for a complete reinvention, I find myself responding to my own nostalgic feelings of wanting to go back to those characterisations,” Meledandri tells Variety. “The challenge for us has been to find something that really does feel like it’s not simply yet another film in a series of sequels.”

Meledandri has not started working on the new Shrek film yet, but he feels sure the project will fly into cinemas when he does.

“There’s a tremendous amount of fun to be had in that world, but it’s a high bar to find a story…,” he adds. “You want to find something in the narrative that really feels like a departure.”

The characters have appeared in several films and TV specials, and in 2015, Puss in Boots was adapted into The Adventures of Puss in Boots show. The adaptation did not feature Banderas reprising his voice character role, but he has previously expressed interest in starring in another film as the sword-fighting cat.

“We’ve already initiated the process of making a new movie with him, probably in a couple of years he’s going to be back on the screen,” he told the BBC in 2015. “I love that cat, man. It’s so much fun and I like to voice the character… I love to make movies for children because you can do so much more and laugh and get your own personality in there.”

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Heidi Klum dresses as Shrek’s Princess Fiona for Halloween

Heidi Klum unveiled another spectacular Halloween costume for her annual Halloween bash – Princess Fiona from Shrek.The supermodel has always pushed the boat out when it comes to her outfit of choice, with previous costumes including a werewolf, a butt…

Heidi Klum unveiled another spectacular Halloween costume for her annual Halloween bash – Princess Fiona from Shrek.

The supermodel has always pushed the boat out when it comes to her outfit of choice, with previous costumes including a werewolf, a butterfly and a jaw-dropping Jessica Rabbit transformation, and she and boyfriend Tom Kaulitz, who went as Shrek, certainly didn’t disappoint this time around. Taking to Instagram, Heidi shared videos of the getting ready process, which saw the pair don green paint and face and body prosthetics in order to transform themselves into the beloved ogre couple for her annual Halloween party, now in its 19th year.

And though the 45-year-old is able to seriously up her costume game thanks to the transformative powers of prosthetics, she recently admitted that the process is often “nerve-wracking”.

“When you do prosthetics and all of this stuff, I’m always having my fingers and toes crossed that it actually does work out on the day because there was no dress rehearsal,” she told People magazine. “Because we can’t actually glue all these things down and see if it actually really works. So it’s always a bit nerve-wracking for me, too, that it actually does work out in the end.”

The spooky bash, which took place at LAVO New York on Wednesday (31Oct18), has become legendary in the showbiz world and was attended by fellow fashionistas Winnie Harlow and Bella Hadid – who were also creative with their costumes.

Winnie sported a red corset, latex thigh high boots and a tumbling blonde wig in order to become American drag queen and presenter of RuPaul’s Drag Race, RuPaul. Meanwhile, Bella opted for a spiky black wig and an extravagant red dress with matching veil to embody Lydia Deetz from Beetlejuice, who was played by Winona Ryder in the 1988 film. Her boyfriend The Weeknd accompanied her as Michael Keaton’s Beetlejuice.

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