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Halloweened-Out: 31 Best Celeb And Celeb-Inspired Halloween Costumes

It's been Halloween for five days now but celebs are coming hard with their getups. 

Halloween has turned into a five-day event for parents, young folks and celebrities, giving us all kinds of looks to mimic and admire.

The costume spirit caught plenty this weekend (dubbed Halloweekend on social media) as celebs like Wiz Khalifa, G-Eazy, Teyana Taylor and more dressed up as some of their favorite heroes and villains like Michelangelo from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Kitana from Mortal Kombat and Mr. Harvey Dent.

It didn't stop there. Rita Ora took things up a notch when the singer dressed up as Post Malone, tats and all. For her performance at the Kiss Haunted House Party at Wembley’s SSE Arena in London Saturday (Oct. 28), the "Let You Love Me" singer jumped on stage as the rapper.

But those in Hollywood weren't the only ones dressing up and showing out. Rappers, films and 90s staples were the sources of inspiration for children and college kids celebrating the holiday.

Take a look below at some of the best Halloween costumes.



31. Rita Ora as Post Malone

30. Lauren Jauregui and Ty Dolla $ign as Harley Quinn and The Joker

29. The cast of Black-ish as the cast of Black Panther

28. Teyana Taylor as Kitana from Mortal Kombat


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27. Gabrielle Union as Gwen Stefani (no whiteface)


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No. Doubt. @gwenstefani

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26. Dave East as Ike Turner


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Cold Blooded Mothafucca. Pardon The @originalbumbu And The Baby Bottle Life Is About Balance

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25. Wiz Khalifa As Michelangelo

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COME TO MY SECTION☠️#taylorgang

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24. G-Eazy as Two-Face


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Harvey Dent / 2 Face

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23. Halsey as Poison Ivy

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22. John Legend and Luna as Prince Charming and a Princess

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OK we were just kidding about skipping Halloween. #ALegendaryChristmas will return after a brief interruption

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21. Nas as Michael Jackson

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Heal The World #MJ #Catchopeningnight in Vegas. #Greatnightout #fuckallyall #halloween #pepsi

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20. Madison Pettis as BeyChella

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Took 45 minutes to get all dressed up... #CoachellaBeyoncé

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19. Karruche as Molly the Raver

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Molly The Raver

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18. Zoe Kravitz as a Vampire

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Mornings suck ‍♀️ (night time is morning time for vamps guys ) #vampireawareness

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17. Olivia as Crazy Rich Asians' Peik Lin

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16. Set it Off


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#SetItOff #Halloween2018 @jadapinkettsmith @theshaderoom

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15. The Cheetah Girls

14. Azealia Banks

13. "The Group Chat"


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12. Cardi B's Invasion of Privacy album cover

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11. Mariah Carey

10. Tina Belcher of Bob's Burgers dancing

9. Selena Quintanilla

8. XXXTentacion, Lil Pump, Post Malone and 6ix9ine

7. Kim Possible

6. Zombie Toddler

5. The Cast of Sorry To Bother You


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#sorrytobotheryou #haveacolaandsmilebitch #detroit #cassius #halloween #happyhalloween

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4. More Sorry To Bother You

3. White Chicks

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Every Halloween someone does this scene. #classic #whitechicks #branquelas

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2. Baby TLC


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1. Baby Aaliyah

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