Heidi Klum
Heidi Klum cloned herself for Halloween 2016 Reuters

Heidi Klum, who is evidently Halloween's biggest fan, brought her clones to her 17th Annual Halloween Party in New York City. The Project Runway host was joined by five lookalike models on the red carpet.

Klum shared a picture of the models showing their posterior side on Instagram. She captioned the photo: "Are you seeing double, triple, quadruple, quintuple, sextuple?!#Ready#HeidiHalloween courtesy of@bookingcom"

The America's Got Talent judge had shared a sneak peek of her transformation on Instagram. She wrote on her first Instagram post, which was followed by short videos: "Lets get this party started
#heidihalloween"

Klum is well-known for displaying stunning costumes every year. However, in 2008, the supermodel sparked a controversy among Hindu religious groups, when she appeared in a mock-up of Goddess Kali (a Hindu goddess who is believed to liberate souls from the cycle of birth and rebirth). She was eventually forced to apologise for her costume.

"I loved my costume and I love Halloween," Klum said at that time. "I mean that is one of my most favourite times of the year. I've done so many different things. This was probably my tenth time and I've done so many people like Betty Boop and Lady Godiva and it's always a take on someone. You're not that person."

Meanwhile, the 43-year-old German beauty dressed up as Maddie Ziegler during her appearance on The Ellen DeGeneres Show's Halloween episode. Host Ellen DeGeneres was spotted in Sia costume and the duo performed to the hit song, Chandelier.