Us Weekly – It’s Heidi Clone! After teasing her fans for weeks about her Halloween costume plans, Heidi Klum finally made her reveal on Monday, October 31 and the results were impressive.
Although the supermodel took time out from prosthetics and mounds of makeup, the same couldn’t be said for the other five women who completed her outfit, by being cloned.
If you ever needed proof that the best kind of life a person can live is life as a super-attractive woman, here it is. In sextuplicate.
There’s not another kind of human being that could pull this off other than an insanely pretty supermodel. If a CEO tried this, or an athlete, musician, sports radio co-host, blogger or manager of a muffler shop for that matter, people would kill him. And with good reason. It takes a weapons-grade level of narcissism just to come up with the concept of five more of yourself. But to spend the resources and energy it takes to put five models into prosthetic make up to make them as good-looking as you is like processing your highly-enriched ego into a nuke.
It reminds me of an interview I heard with Howie Mandel talking about doing “America’s Got Talent” with Heidi Klum. The gist of which was you could always see the comedic minds of Howie and Howard Stern spinning, trying to nail every comment they’d make with something clever and memorable because they felt that had to earn it every second they’re on the show. Then they’d get to Heidi and she’d just say “It was pretty good” or “You have a nice singing voice” or whatever, and people applaud like they’re in the presence of genius.
But hey, I’m not jealous. If you can be so into yourself instead of dressing up as someone else for Halloween that you pay five models to be you and everyone thinks it’s brilliant, more power to you. I’m just saying that there’s a benefit to being insanely hot.