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Heidi Klum 'restricted by Jessica Rabbit curves'

Published 02/11/2015

Heidi Klum as Jessica Rabbit
Heidi Klum as Jessica Rabbit

Supermodel Heidi Klum is said to have been restricted when it came to moving about in her Jessica Rabbit Halloween costume.

Heidi Klum apparently struggled to get in and out of her car while dressed as Jessica Rabbit for Halloween (31Oct15), as her fake breasts and butt were "too big".

The 42-year-old supermodel is known for her extreme costumes on All Hallows' Eve, previously looking unrecognisable as an old lady and Egyptian pharaoh Cleopatra. But this year (15) she took things to a whole new level when she arrived at her Halloween bash on Saturday (31Oct15) dressed as the iconic cartoon character from 1988 movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit.

Decked in prosthetics to exaggerate her facial features and enhance her chest and derriere, Heidi certainly looked the part. However her oversized assets supposedly proved tricky when it came to getting into her vehicle to make her way to the party in New York. “Her prosthetic butt and boobs... were too big (to fit in the car),” an insider told Page Six.

Heidi was keen for fans to see how she transformed into Jessica as she posted several short videos and photos of her makeover on social media. One snap sees her standing with her back to the camera and top pulled up as two men mould her curvaceous behind to resemble the character.

Countless celebrities attended the star-studded do, including Jennifer Lopez and her beau Casper Smart as skeletons and model-turned-actress Emily Ratajkowski as The Simpsons' Marge. Model Gigi Hadid meanwhile went for a sexy get-up as leather-clad Sandy from hit musical movie Grease.

But one famous name apparently struggled to get into the exclusive event, as Page Six reports Orange Is the New Black star Dascha Polanco confused security with her Pretty Woman hooker costume. “She had a hard time trying to usher her friends into the Heidi-approved VIP section,” a source added.

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