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Heidi Klum CANCELS 2021 Halloween party due to COVID-19 pandemic: ‘I feel like it’s insensitive’

Heidi Klum CANCELS 2021 Halloween party for second year in-a-row due to COVID-19 pandemic: ‘I feel like it’s insensitive’

She is the celebrity queen of Halloween.

But Heidi Klum wants to celebrate her favorite holiday as responsibly as possible.

The 48-year-old supermodel has cancelled her annual spooky bash for the second year in-a-row due to the COVID-19 pandemic according to an interview with TooFab on Monday.

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Taking a stand: Heidi Klum has cancelled her annual spooky bash for the second year in-a-row due to the COVID-19 pandemic according to an interview with TooFab on Monday, as she is seen at her Halloween party in New York City back in October 2019

Simply stunning: The 48-year-old supermodel is seen on Set of America's Got Talent last month

Simply stunning: The 48-year-old supermodel is seen on Set of America’s Got Talent last month

She told the publication:  ‘With everything happening in the world right now, I feel like it’s still too early for me to feel OK having a party. So I will not do that this year again. 

‘Like last year, I feel like it’s insensitive of me to do that. I don’t want anyone to get hurt because of we’re having fun on my dime so I don’t want to do that.’

In 2020, she called off the star-studded soiree out of respect for the people being affected by COVID-19 and also to make sure that no one spreads the virus due to the gala event. 

She (seen as Fiona from Shrek in October 2018)  told the publication: 'With everything happening in the world right now, I feel like it's still too early for me to feel OK having a party. So I will not do that this year again.

She (seen as Fiona from Shrek in October 2018)  told the publication: ‘With everything happening in the world right now, I feel like it’s still too early for me to feel OK having a party. So I will not do that this year again.

Buxom: She also was Jessica Rabbit from Disney movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit in 2015

Buxom: She also was Jessica Rabbit from Disney movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit in 2015

Iconic: She is seen as Michael Jackson's werewolf from the Thriller music video in 2017

Iconic: She is seen as Michael Jackson’s werewolf from the Thriller music video in 2017

Classic: She dressed as an old woman in 2013

Classic: She dressed as an old woman in 2013

In previous years, Heidi has made waves as she gone to her party dressed as Shrek character Princess Fiona, Jessica Rabbit from Disney movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Egyptian ruler Cleopatra, a flesh-eating alien and as Michael Jackson’s werewolf from the Thriller music video among many other memorable outfits.

Although she couldn’t host her party in 2020, the Making The Cut star still celebrated at home and transformed her children – Leni, Henry, Johan and Lou – into terrifying mummies, whilst she hid from them using full body paint.

Heidi insists she will keep the annual tradition of dressing up via social media even though she won’t be throwing a bash.

Family affair: Although she couldn't host her party in 2020, the Making The Cut star still celebrated at home and transformed her children - Leni, Henry, Johan and Lou - into terrifying mummies, whilst she hid from them using full body paint

Family affair: Although she couldn’t host her party in 2020, the Making The Cut star still celebrated at home and transformed her children – Leni, Henry, Johan and Lou – into terrifying mummies, whilst she hid from them using full body paint

'I love doing it for myself': Heidi insists she will keep the annual tradition of dressing up via social media even though she won't be throwing a bash

‘I love doing it for myself’: Heidi insists she will keep the annual tradition of dressing up via social media even though she won’t be throwing a bash

She added: ‘I kind of want to sit out one more year but I definitely, I’m already working on something, because I’m also a creative person, and I live for that, that’s why I get up every morning because I love it.

‘I love doing it to myself. I love watching amazing artists doing crazy things, so I’m definitely doing something because I just have to, for my own, you know?’

Making The Cut season 2 premieres this Friday, July 16. 

Coming soon: Making The Cut season 2 premieres this Friday, July 16

Coming soon: Making The Cut season 2 premieres this Friday, July 16

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