Heidi Klum's Halloween worm costume was off-the-hook good and now the supermodel has shared a behind-the-scenes look at how she wriggled into the outfit for her star-studded party that was also attended by Elon Musk.
The 49-year-old German-American star is known for her extravagant costumes and on Tuesday, she posted a video on Instagram explaining how her latest creation, the Big Wormy Apple, a play on the nickname for New York, was created.
In the clip by cinematographer Dmitri Borysevicz, a team of make-up artists from US-based Prosthetic Renaissance helped to wormify Klum.
The prosthetics and make-up transform her into a massive worm, with everything covered except her eyes and mouth.
She is then seen falling and writhing on the floor at her annual Halloween party, which took place at Japanese restaurant Sake No Hana in New York on Monday.
The event was attended by the world's richest man, Mr Musk, and actress Heather Graham, among other big names in TV, film and music.
Klum's husband, musician Tom Kaulitz, 33, is also seen in the video, standing nearby wearing fishing gear and carrying a rod. His wife is quite the catch, apparently.
In previous years, Klum has dressed up as a Frankenstein-like creature, a werewolf from Michael Jackson's Thriller music video and Princess Fiona from the Shrek films for Halloween.