A Look at Iconic Celebrity Halloween Costumes
Halloween is the perfect opportunity to get creative and transform yourself into someone, or something, else. Celebrities are no exception to this tradition. In fact, with their access to professional stylists and makeup artists they often embrace it more than most! Let’s take a look at the best celebrity Halloween costumes from this year and a few iconic ones from years past.
Best of 2020
Despite the lack of social gatherings this Halloween, celebrities didn’t hold back. Most shared their costumes safe and sound from their own Instagram accounts.
Saweetie had herself photographed three separate times as Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, and Beyoncé Knowles-Carter to recreate the iconic Destiny’s Child song artwork.
Neil Patrick Harris, David Burtka, and Family as Willy Wonka Characters
Neil, David, and their children mimicked the whimsical Willy Wonka characters, flaunting a Golden Ticket. They even photoshopped in a cartoon background for accuracy!
Halsey as Tim Burton’s Corpse Bride
Halsey played the creepy Corpse Bride with blue skin, sunken cheeks, and pouty eyes.
The Queen of Halloween herself showed the sultry side of evil as the infamous Black Widow.
Ciara as Cardi B
Ciara showed her support for fellow musician Cardi B by recreating her album artwork.
The Weeknd as The Nutty Professor
The Weeknd displayed his sense of humor embodying The Nutty Professor.
Iconic Costumes From Past Years
We couldn’t miss the opportunity to share some of our favorite celebrity Halloween costumes from recent years.
Chrissy and John showed off their regal side by dressing as the Queen of England and Prince Philip. Their costume was accurate, down to the brooch.
Lupita Nyong’o as Dionne From Clueless (2018)
As if! Lupita flashed her plaid as preppy Dionne from Clueless.
Heidi Klum and Tom Kaulitz as Fiona and Shrek (2018)
Heidi never disappoints with her Halloween costumes. This specific year was no exception as her and her husband transformed into ogres from head to toe.
Ciara and Russell Wilson as Beyoncé and JAY-Z (2019)
Ciara makes the list again with a recreation of the memorable JAY-Z and Beyoncé music video, featuring the Mona Lisa. Only, her version featured a photo of the Obamas.