Celebrity Halloween Costumes 2021: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly

Whether you need look inspiration or just want to gawk a little, Hollywood has come through yet again.

Celebrity Halloween Costumes 2021: The Good, The Bad, And The Ugly
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Maybe you’re a Halloween person, in that you routinely deck yourself out with fake blood, or maybe you just like to sit at home with a bag of Reese’s Peanut Butter Cups while scrolling through costume photos on Instagram. Either way, we have zero doubt that celebrities taking part in this annual hallowed holiday has universal appeal.

As this is the first year since 2019 that trick-or-treating and Halloween parties are happening with regularity, because covid ruined everything, the rich and famous have been dressing up and showing out for much of the month of October. We’ve gathered their looks for your viewing and inspirational pleasure.

Thus far, our favorites include Megan Thee Stallion as a chaotic yet sexy Hellraiser and Kourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker as Sid and Nancy, which can be seen here. The latter is a bit awkward, considering that Kourtney and Travis are engaged and Sid stabbed Nancy to death, but it’s Halloween and things are supposed to be terrifying, so we’ll just go with it.

For more notable celeb costumes, scroll through below:

Harry Styles as Dorothy from

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Chrissy Teigen, John Legend, and their children as The Addams Family

Justin Bieber as a bear

Sherri Shepherd as Rihanna

The Today Show’s

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Judy Greer as Diane Keaton in

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Jamie Lee Curtis as her mother, Janet Leigh, in

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Diane Kruger as Snow White

Lizzo as Baby Yoda

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Reese Witherspoon as Tippi Hedren in

Elizabeth Gillies as Blair Waldorf from

Rebel Wilson as a contestant on

Alessia Cara as Amy Winehouse

If these still don’t spark your creative juices, then let us remind you of our list of topical Halloween costumes (rife with costumes inspired by memes, newsmakers, viral moments and beyond), these Y2K-inspired costumes, and, of course, the Tater Thot.

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