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Friday 29 August 2014

Heidi Klum: Halloween wouldn't have been fun

Heidi Klum

Heidi Klum couldn't have had "fun" at her Halloween party last month as she felt too aware of the lives that had been "destroyed" by Hurricane Sandy.

The German supermodel is famed for holding an extravagant bash on the spooky holiday every year - choosing an elaborate costume to celebrate in style.

However, Heidi postponed the festivities in October after Hurricane Sandy devastated America's east coast.

The stunning star held the party in New York City on Saturday and wowed as Cleopatra in a figure-hugging gold outfit, complete with a long braided black wig and a giant headdress. Heidi made sure she made a statement with her face covered in Swarovski crystals.

"Sandy hit and I was like, 'I can't do a Halloween party. We can't have fun when so many people's lives have been destroyed,'" she told the New York Post.

A host of stars turned out to celebrate alongside Heidi including Jay Manuel, who wore a red furry outfit, and Katie Couric, who was spotted with a box of eggs on her head.

Mickey Rourke also attended the star-studded bash, and was reportedly "surrounded by models" after stepping into the packed club.

On Sunday, Heidi - along with AOL- delivered aid to storm-ravaged areas in the Long Island area.

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