They’re both stunning bombshells, but Jessica Rabbit is a freakin’ cartoon!
So how did Heidi Klum, a blonde, brown-eyed, slim-hipped real, actual person transform herself totally and utterly into a flame-haired, green-eyed, boobiliciois, bootylicious, animated bombshell?
She enlisted the help of some friends, like special-effects pro Mike Marino and his company Prosthetic Renaissance, who created Heidi’s infamous old-lady Halloween costume in 2013. They’ve also dreamed up looks for Black Swan, Boardwalk Empire, and Birdman.
The team spent an agonizing 10 hours on Heidi, sculpting her face into that of the seductive, doe-eyed femme fetale, then moved on to carving out some pretty damn dangerous curves. Her lips, cheekbones, boobs and butt were all constructed for Halloween night.
Of course, her gown had to be custom made by her Project Runway winner pal Christian Siriano, then she added purple latex gloves, and a glossy red wig that tumbled down to an impossibly tiny waist.
The 42-year-old model-turned-TV-host has become a Hollywood Halloween legend for her outlandish annual looks. She made for such a convincing ape; security almost didn’t let her into her own party!
Then, she managed to still look hot as a skinless version of herself, and last year, she time traveled 40 years into the future and turned up as an 81-year-old woman, who somehow managed to shed her osteoporosis when the DJ played Michael Jackson’s Rock with You.
In 2001, she rode in on a horse as Lady Godiva, in 2002, she made for a perfect Betty Boop, and in 2008 she was Kali the Hindu goddess, complete with a severed head dangling from one of her many arms.
No run-of-the-mill, simple old slutty nurse get-up for this mom-of-four.
She’s been Cleopatra, an alien robot, a sexy black crow, a cat, Eve’s apple from the Garden of Eden, a red witch, a disco vampire, a gold alien, and so many more.
Watch Klum's magical 10-hour transformation conveniently chopped down to 46 seconds, right here on Popdust!
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Vito is the son of artist and film director Julian Schnabel, a notorious womanizer in his own right.
Growing up among artists and celebrities, young Vito is
a spoiled brat an art dealer whose penchant for older women seems to have started at the tender age of 13. And while you'd think he is used to amorous displays of public affection, he seems distincly embarrassed in recent photos with Klum pawing him.
Here's how a longtime friend describes young Vito:
The first time I met Vito, when he was about 8, it was at Jacqueline’s kitchen at the Frank Lloyd Wright table they have, and Vito was arguing with [now-deceased poet] René Ricard about how to boil a quail egg.
Right? It's like a scene from an Oscar Wilde play! It only gets worse.
I remember when Jay Z [would] see Vito at an art show, he would sorta walk behind him or next to him in an eager way, almost like he wanted to be Vito. Vito had a style at the time, with a white T-shirt and a cashmere V-neck sweater. That was his uniform for about a year when he was 16. I noticed that Jay Z was wearing the exact look. It’s funny, but who better for Jay Z to take a cue from?
In photos, Vito looks like a pudgy, unexceptional young man who wouldn't warrant a second glance. Clearly, though, he is catnip for older women. Do they just want to meet his dad?
Poor Heidi. Whatever the attraction is, it's going to end in tears.