Police call to Drew Barrymore's Halloween party - 'ET' actress partying too hard?

Drew Barrymore
The 'Charlie's Angels' star threw a huge bash at her Hollywood Hills home over the weekend to mark the spooky holiday today but those living nearby were unimpressed with the noise levels and made a complaint to the authorities.

After having a word with the cops, Drew agreed to keep the noise down and no further action was taken, gossip website TMZ reports.

Drew isn't the only celebrity to get into the Halloween spirit by throwing a huge bash.

Supermodel Heidi Klum wowed the crowd at her party at Tao Las Vegas by arriving on a gurney in a skinless corpse costume.
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Speaking about the ensemble, which needed three-and-a-half hours with a makeup artist to complete, she said: "This is my thirteenth Halloween party this year and I wanted something different. I was thinking how it would look if I had all my skin ripped off, and so...voila!

"We started in July. We started with a body suit that was white. And then, basically, everything had to be hand-painted. Izquierdo used anatomical photos of the human body to accurately render the bones and muscles."

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