Heidi Klum's Epic Princess Fiona Costume Will Make You Green With Envy

Should Halloween be moved to the last Saturday in October?

Should Halloween be moved to the last Saturday in October?

The Halloween and Costume Association is requesting that Halloween land on the last Saturday of the month instead of October 31.

The appeal has been met with overwhelming support for the date change, with over 40,000 signatures pouring in and shattering an original goal of 7,500 signees.

This year marked the 19th anniversary of Heidi's annual Halloween bash and she admitted her costumes have grown more elaborate over the years - which can also be risky.

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The government, through these consultations, places its assessment on issues and suggests possible solutions. It added that the government has "never made public the subject matter of those consultations".

And the move isn't just for parents; they claim 51 percent of millennials say that Halloween is their favourite holiday, making a two-day weekend the ideal time to party.

This celeb certainly won our best costume prize this Halloween with her incredible Princess Fiona outfit. and she made her boyfriend go as Shrek too! Most children don't carry flashlights while out on Halloween night, the group warns, while "65 percents don't discuss Halloween safety with their children". It's a different day each year depending on when October 31 falls on the calendar. "If trick-or-treating was on a Saturday, we could start earlier". All Saints Day is believed to have been set to November 1 by Pope Gregory IV in the eighth century to coincide with the Celtic festival Samhain, a festival marking the change in seasons when Pagans believed doorways between the world of the living and the world of the dead were open. You can't change that!

"This is so telling of this generation. Ridiculous", one critic mused.

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