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See a Sneak Peek of Heidi Klum's Newest Halloween Costume

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Heidi Klum is prepping another one of her famously elaborate Halloween costumes—even though the holiday is over a month away.


The America's Got Talent judge, 45, showed off a sneak peek of her costume on Instagram, Tuesday. The video featured a mask in the making as a white material was molded around an artificial face in a workshop.


The model captioned the post, "Getting ready for #heidiklumhalloween2018," adding the holiday-appropriate emojis of a ghost, pumpkin, screaming face and spider.


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She tagged a prosthetic design company, Prosthetic Renaissance Inc., as the mastermind behind her newest get-up. According to its website, the company was also behind Klum's Jessica Rabbit costume for Halloween 2015 and elderly woman costume for Halloween 2013.


Getting ready for #heidiklumhalloween2018 @prorenfx 👻🎃😱🕷

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Klum, who throws her own annual party for the festive holiday, has a track record of Halloween excellence. Since 2000, her costumes have included a zombie doll, Lady Godiva (on a horse!), Betty Boop, a golden alien, a red witch, a vampire, a serpent, a cat, Kali, a crow, an alien, a cadaver, Cleopatra, a butterfly, clones and the werewolf from Michael Jackson's "Thriller" video.

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Last year, Klum opened up to PEOPLE at her 18th annual Halloween party in New York City about putting together her King of Pop-inspired look.


"It takes a long time to lay the prosthetics but then putting it all together, it took seven hours," said Klum, who brought along some zombies with her to complete the look.


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"Michael Jackson was always such an icon and the 'Thriller' video is such an iconic video and I was like, 'I have to redo that,'" Klum explained. "Obviously it's difficult because I can't dance like Michael Jackson. I don't think anyone can dance like Michael Jackson, but I tried my hardest."

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