See all the best sexy and spooky costumes courtesy of your favorite celebs.
Halloween is tomorrow, which means a never-ending series of costume-clad celebrities is already flooding our social media feeds.
While the world still battles the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many will be celebrating Halloween at home this year, but that doesn’t mean our favorite red-carpet heavyweights can’t sport some majorly sexy, spooky, and scary looks.
Whether it’s Saweetie channeling all three members of Destiny’s Child, Rickey Thompson re-creating his favorite pop music videos, or Kim Kardashian West and her family emulating Tiger King, being stuck at home clearly hasn’t stifled celebrities’ costume creativity this year.
See our favorite celebrity costumes below.
KIM KARDASHIAN WEST
Kardashian West channeled one of 2020’s most infamous cultural phenomena, Carole Baskin from the highly addictive Netflix docuseries Tiger King. The reality star had her best friend, Jonathan Cheban, dress as Joe Exotic, while her four children, North, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm West, were the most adorable cubs.
The “ICY GRL” rapper wore not one, not two, but three different costumes for Halloween … all at the same time. Saweetie dressed up as every member of Destiny’s Child—Kelly Rowland, Michelle Williams, and Beyoncé—channeling their famous “Bootylicious” music video.
The “Bad at Love” singer channeled Tim Burton’s iconic Corpse Bride.
The heiress stuck to sultry costumes including a school girl ensemble, a Playboy Bunny, and a sexy Dorothy-inspired getup.
The High School Musical actress channeled a black widow spider, a cabaret dancer, and Catwoman for her costumes this year.
RICKEY THOMPSON AND DENZEL DION
The hosts of the We Said What We Said podcast donned their best pop culture-inspired costumes, including a reimagining of the Sanderson sisters, Janet and Michael Jackson, Ciara and Missy Elliott, Beyoncé and Usher, Zendaya, and more.
Jenner and her entourage channeled ’90s superheroes, the Power Rangers.
Schwarzenegger paid homage to the essential frontline hospital workers combatting the COVID-19 crisis.