A Look at Some of the Best Celebrity Costumes from This Year's Halloween
Celebrities went all out with their Halloween costumes this year. And while there were some terror film favorites among the crowd like the Joker and Pennywise, some stuck to the classics costumes and others...well, were a bit more creative.
Halloween has finally come to an end this year, and after two weeks where celebrities flaunted their best costumes both in red carpets and private parties, here’s a list of some of the most creative, spooky, and hilarious costumes in Hollywood.
The singer embodied Winifred Sanderson from Disney’s “Hocus Pocus” on her new talk show, and to complement the costume, she sang “I Put a Spell on You” with two backup singers that dressed as Winnie’s sisters.
Meanwhile, Bette Midler, the original Winifred Sanderson, dressed up as legendary actress Mae West for her annual "Hulaween" fundraiser, where the theme this year was "Haunted Hollywood: The Golden Age."
Here, she poses with Catherine Zeta-Jones as Jean Harlow and husband Michael Douglas as Lawrence of Arabia.
Jessica Biel and husband, Justin Timberlake
This pair proved they’re a fun couple at the Casamigos Tequila Halloween bash, with Biel dressed up as Timberlake from the NSYNC* era, and Timberlake posing as a sad microphone.
The costume comes only a few weeks after Biel admitted on Jimmy Fallon’s show that she didn’t know any of the songs of her husband’s extinct boyband.
Kim Kardashian and her family
The reality star and her family donned several costumes throughout the week.
First, she brought Elle Woods from “Legally Blonde” back to life, and went as far as to recreate the character’s video application for Harvard.
Later, she posed with her kids as the “Flintstones.” Kim was Betty, North was Vilma, Saint was Fred, Chicago as Pebbles, and little Psalm was Bam Bam. And yes, that’s Kanye West inside the Dino costume.
The family also put a spin on “A Bug’s Life,” posing with different insect costumes in metallic colors and with a lot of sparkles.
Last but not least, Kanye and the youngest of their kids went Trick or Treating dressed as characters from the movie “Sing!”
Victoria Beckham shared a pic of her husband David wearing all black and some makeup, while son Brooklyn was an inmate, Romeo was some green creature, and young Harper went as singer Billie Eilish.
The singer rocked two different outfits: first, she went as Marie Antoinette in an elaborated costume that had many details.
She also dressed as a female version of Pennywise the clown, effectively brining her spooky side to life.
The co-hosts of “The View.”
The ladies of the morning talk show went all out for this Halloween.
Sunny Hostin joined the train of Pennywise’s impersonator, but hers was, by far, the most accurate and terrifying representation of “It” this year.
Abby Huntsman went for a classic and embodied Carrie, from the prom crowning moment to the blood bath that turned the good girl into a nightmare.
Joy Behar and Meghan McCain joined forces to become the Grady sisters from the classic cult film “The Shining.”
And last but not least, Whoopi Goldberg dressed up like a cat that, according to The View's Instagram account, "went 'splat' and proves that even with nine lives, sometimes dead is better!"
Ryan Seacrest and Kelly Ripa
The “Live with Ryan & Kelly” had a wide array of costumes throughout the entire week and stuck t the theme of “viral moments.”
First, they hopped on horses to recreate Lil Nas X’s “Old Town Road” video, and then made a transition to horror films figures recreating internet trends: Pennywise doing a makeup tutorial and “The Exorcist” Regan MacNeil doing the "Microwave Challenge."
They also dressed as “Baby Shark” characters and recreated Taylor Swift and Katy Perry’s dressed as French fries and a cheeseburger.
They also paid homage to the Adams family and ended the festivities as Barbie and Ken from “Toy Story,” with roller skates included.
The supermodel and TV host had a total transformation posing as a gory alien for her annual Halloween party.
“Good Morning America” co-hosts Strahan, Sara, and Keke
The co-hosts of “GMA” third hour brought a zombie fantasy to live with a music video included.
The ladies involved in a dance showdown with a dozen dancers before Palmer and Haines joined forces to bring Strahan’s Frankenstein to life, who then had his own dancing moment to Billie Eilish’s “Bad Guy.”
Jenna Bush Harger
The co-host of the third hour of “Today” and Willie Geist dressed up as Baby and Johnny Castle from the ‘80s film “Dirty Dancing.”
The actress exuded glamour in an Instagram picture wishing her fans a Happy Halloween, as she rocked an all-black ensemble with a feathered hat that could pass as the perfect black widow costume.
The model and "The Royals" star looked incredible dressed as Uma Thurman's character The Bride from Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill."