Heidi Klum isn't bad -- her prosthetic body parts are just sculpted that way! And you had to be a funny, furry guy who loves playing patty-cake if you wanted to get her attention on Halloween.
Jessica Rabbit costumes are popular every Halloween, and most fans of the curvy cartoon character probably purchase one of the inexpensive, mass-produced costumes that Halloween stores offer. However, if Heidi Klum is going to dress up like Roger Rabbit's leading lady, you know she's not just going to throw on a red wig and a sparkly red dress and call it a night -- she's going to replicate Jessica Rabbit's extreme look as closely as possible.
Heidi Klum took her Halloween party guests to Toontown by rocking Jessica Rabbit's iconic gown at Lavo in New York City on Halloween night. As you can see, her costume included a set of killer curves that would make Roger Rabbit's eyeballs pop out of his head. According to Us Weekly, it took 10 hours for the Project Runway host to put her cartoon character body on.
It also took time to construct the Jessica Rabbit costume. A few weeks before Halloween, Heidi spent hours being covered in goop while a team of special effects experts made molds of her body for the prosthetics.
Heidi Klum's Jessica Rabbit Halloween costume included a pair of gigantic rubbery breasts, large fake eyelids, and a prosthetic posterior that Heidi might want to save for next year -- it could also be used for a Kim Kardashian costume.
As the Inquisitr previously reported, Heidi Klum dropped a few hints about her Halloween costume on social media last week, and her clues led to a lot of speculation that she was going to "break the internet" by dressing up like Kim Kardashian's infamous PAPER magazine cover. Heidi shared photos of herself trying on her prosthetic butt and breasts, and she revealed that she was dressing up like "a male's fantasy." Perhaps Hollywood's reigning Queen of Halloween decided it would be a bit too obvious to say that she was dressing up like the ultimate rabbit's fantasy.
Heidi revealed that dressing up like the Who Framed Roger Rabbit? character required a lot of patience and endurance. She had to be on her feet for a long time while her team of Halloween costume craftsmen glued her into her costume, and she had to strike a pose and stick it while they covered her with enough sticky stuff to ensure that her fake breasts and butt wouldn't fall off.
"It's very hard for me to hold still—especially when you have to stand up. When they did the face I could sit, but then when the body was being glued on I had to stand for so many hours and that's kind of hard."
As you can see, Heidi Klum looked a bit like an alien while her facial prosthetics were being applied. Her massive eyelids included a pair of super-long fake eyelashes, and her lips got a boost that would make Kylie Jenner envious.
Heidi Klum probably had to borrow Judge Doom's Dip Machine to get Jessica Rabbit's bits and pieces off of her body at the end of the night. However, Heidi doesn't mind rocking a complex costume that is difficult to get on and off -- she sees no point in celebrating Halloween by throwing something simple together at the last minute. During an interview with PARADE, Heidi said that she would "rather stay home than go out in an uninspired Halloween costume." Heidi dressed up like a human-butterfly hybrid with freaky bug eyes last year, but her 2013 Halloween costume was arguably her most shocking transformation -- she was unrecognizable as a 90-year-old woman with sagging skin, varicose veins, and age spots.
Simply getting dressed up isn't enough for the supermodel -- she also gets into character. Heidi reportedly performed Jessica Rabbit's sexy lounge song "Why Don't You Do Right?" from the Who Framed Roger Rabbit? movie during her Halloween bash at Lavo. Sadly, she hasn't shared any footage of her performance, but you can check out Jessica's version below.
What do you think of Heidi Klum's 2015 Halloween costume? Was all the time and effort put into it worth the result?
[Photo by Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Heidi Klum]