01st Nov 2018
While you were out trick-or-treating with the kids last night (or partying it up at a Halloween house-warmer), celebrities around the world were donning their best costumes too. Every year, the stakes seem to get higher as celebrities compete for the title of the best dressed, as decided by the social media masses. It’s safe to say that the reigning queen of celebrity Halloween costumes is supermodel Heidi Klum, who has become notorious for her above-and-beyond costumes every year, which have included the werewolf from Michael Jackson’s Thriller, Jessica Rabbit and herself as an old woman (complete with prosthetic wrinkles).
But could someone else be coming to take her crown? Take a look at our favourite efforts of Halloween 2018 below:
Beyoncé as Toni Braxton
Nina Dobrev as A Star is Born
Harry Styles as Elton John
Bella Hadid and The Weeknd as Lydia and Beetlejuice from Beetlejuice
Joe Jonas and Sophie Turner as Gomez and Morticia Addams
Kaia Gerber as Joan Jett
Amy Huberman and Brian O’Driscoll as a unicorn and Robin
Anok Yai as Neytiri from Avatar
John Legend and Chrissy Teigen as Prince Phillip and Queen Elizabeth
Kylie Jenner as Barbie
Ciara as Nakia from Black Panther
Rita Ora as Post Malone
And finally, the queen of Halloween…
Heidi Klum as Princess Fiona from Shrek
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