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As Halloween took place on October 31, many looked forward to seeing the costume reveal of the Heidi Klum, popularly known as the "queen of Halloween" for her penchant for elaborate garments, which have ranged from Shreks's Fiona to an earthworm.

In this edition, Klum dressed up as a peacock, but with the twist that her feathers were actually a group of Cirque du Soleil performers who danced and contorted around her. Furthermore, her husband, Tom Kaulitz, formed part of the design as the "egg."

In an interview with the Associated Press, Klum said that she thought "it could be cool to be a peacock because is all put together with his feathers and then you can like spread them out. I thought the feathers could be people and we could all pile on top of each other and then I was thinking who could I do this with, and I thought that Cirque Du Solei would be the perfect place because they have amazing artists and acrobats."

Not only is Klum known for her creative costumes, but she also throws one of the most renowned Halloween parties. This year she invited many well known celebrities which included Latino actors and artists who also stood out. Here they are:

Camila Cabello

Cuban-American singer Camila Cabello was in attendance and was dressed as Mia Thermopolis from the Disney original film "The Princess Diaries". She brought out the charater's iconic headphones with a dress and heels.

Rachel Zegler

The "West Side Story" star from Colombian and Polish descent made her presence at Heidiween as the sophisticated Daphne from the Scooby Doo gang alongside her partner Josh Andres Rivera, who posed as Fred, Daphne's partner in crime.

Becky G

The Mexican-American singer blew everyone away with her rendition of "The Corpse Bride" in a new modern look.

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