Even for celebrities, the allure of Halloween dress-up is irresistible. This year, they have outdone themselves with their extravagant costumes. As we scroll through their content from the comfort of our couches, we can’t help but pass judgment on their larger than life transformations.
As the undisputed Halloween queen, Heidi Klum, was expected to stun us all. She did just that and more. After a 6-hour transformation and numerous Cirque Du Soleil performers dressed up as feathers, Klum became a multi-person acrobatic peacock for her annual Halloween bash.
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The group stunned on the red carpet with the performers acting as the feathers, showing off their tricks and outfits. There’s no question Klum dominated the costume-game and will probably continue her Halloween superiority for years to come.
Shifting gears, another remarkable costume this year came from Tay and Taylor Lautner, who flawlessly embodied Pete Davidson and Timothee Chalamet from their iconic Saturday Night Live skit, “Yeet.” Decked out in pink and blue wigs, the exact outfits and gold chains, they recreated the skit, resulting in a hysterical video.
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No one saw it coming, but everyone’s glad it did.
Junior environmental science major Mallory Gray said the Lautners “killed Halloween.”
The Kardashians always stun, and Kim Kardashian and North West were no different this Halloween. The mother-daughter duo stunningly mirrored Cher and Dionne from the adored 1995 rom-com, “Clueless.”
“North looks the same age as Kim. Their look is crazy accurate.” said junior criminal justice major Hailey Schifano. It’s true that if the two were put side-by-side with Cher and Dionne, one might mix them up.
Image Credit: @kimkardashian on Instagram
TikTok it-girl Alix Earle may be new to the world of celebrities, but her costume for Klum’s party made her look like a veteran. Earle went as Jadis, the white witch from “The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe,” encompassing the pale skin, white eyelashes and big white-blonde curls of the villain immaculately. Many didn’t expect this from the party girl, but her accurate representation of the character sent her followers into a frenzy.
“She looked so good and dressing as a character from a nerdy fantasy movie from our childhood made me love her even more than I already do,” said junior kinesiology major Madison Clunk.
Image Credit: @alix_earle on Instagram
That’s the magic of Halloween; even the stars get to play pretend like the rest of us.