AGT Heidi Klum's Halloween 2020 party canceled due to Covid pandemic – but sites are selling fake tickets for $3,258

HEIDI Klum's Halloween 2020 party is canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic – but sites are still selling "fake" tickets for $3,258 a piece.

The model-turned-celebrity Halloween queen was forced to put a pin in her party planning this year as a result of the coronavirus crisis.

But that hasn't stopped sites from selling bogus tickets to "Heidi Klum's Annual Halloween Party" in New York City on October 31 for a whopping $3,000 per person.

Speaking to Yahoo Entertainment, Heidi's rep said "Heidi will not be hosting an event this year due to the pandemic."

One site,, is reportedly listing four tickets at $3,490 altogether for the “ultra-exclusive, A-List” event," with DJ Questlove on the decks.

The site's spokesperson told Yahoo “there are obviously no events this year" and that "everyone knows that."

The representative said they "haven't sold anything since March," citing depleted site traffic.

"We're not exactly worried about people purchasing by mistake, but if someone were to do this, we would void the sale and inform them about the virus," they added.

Likewise,, an English website, is reportedly listing their tickets at $3,258 per VIP ticket – Yahoo noted this would add up to around $40,000 for 10 guests.

The reigning fright fest champ, the 47-year-old starlet is renowned for her zany Halloween outfits.

Heidi dressed up as a terrifying alien at the event last year at the Cathédrale restaurant in the East Village, with prosthetics, tubes, exposed guts, and a shiny brain – all of which took a shocking 10 hours to apply.

 The America’s Got Talent judge arrived to the 20 annual party with her her husband Tom Kaulitz who was decked out in a bloodied astronaut suit.

They Halloween-loving pair arrived in an eerie-looking glass "biohazard" truck with blood-streaked windows.

"The inspiration was Tokio Hotel, which is the band of my husband, as they believe in aliens," Klum told the Hollywood Reporter last year. “As I take this off tonight, I’ll start thinking about what I’ll be for next Halloween."

It isn't the first time this celeb-studded party was canceled though.

Hurricane Sandy halted it in 2012 but it then became a charity event two months later in December.

But Heidi may showcase this year's outfit virtually, taking inspiration from Bette Midler, whose holding her annual Hulaween online with her Hocus Pocus co-stars Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy.

Her costumes are certainly a seasonal treat for fans.

In 2019, Heidi also dressed up as a glittering firework and was Princess Fiona from the movie Shrek the year before.

In 2017, she channeled the late Michael Jackson in a nearly-identical Thriller outfit.

The year before, Heidi stepped out wearing Victoria's Secret with an army of lookalikes – but her 2015 Jessica Rabbit attire is equally iconic.

Her other creative costumes include a butterfly (2014), an old lady (2013), Cleopatra (2012), a human body (2011), an ape (2011), a robot (2010), a crow (2009), and a Hindu Goddess (2008).

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