The best celebrity Halloween costumes of 2015
Sadly Halloween has come and passed but that means that now is the perfect time to start thinking about your costume for next year! Where better to get inspiration from than our favourite celebrities? What did the A-list pull out of the closet for this year’s All Hallow’s Eve?
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Taylor Swift as Olaf
Taylor Swift is no stranger to cute Halloween getups. Last year she stole the show as a fluffy winged unicorn but this year she shared the stage with none other than Frozen star Idina Menzel. In true Frozen fashion T-Swift dressed as the loveable snowman Olaf as she and Menzel performed hit song Let it Go.
Heidi Klum as Jessica Rabbit
It seems that there are usually only two options for women on Halloween: will you go scary or slutty? But it seems that Heidi Klum, arguably the queen of Halloween, created the perfect combination of sexy and scary with her Jessica Rabbit costume. Unfortunately it took the super model nine hours and several bits of prosthetic make-up to put this outfit together so it takes some dedication.
Neil Patrick Harris and family as the cast from A New Hope
It wouldn’t be Halloween without the annual Harris/Burtka family photo. In the past they have rocked group costumes inspired by Batman, Peter Pan, and Alice in Wonderland. This year they opted for characters from Star Wars: A New Hope and boy did they pull it off! If Heidi Klum is the Queen then NPH is definitely the king of Halloween.
The Rock as Popeye
If you got it flaunt it. The Rock puts his muscles to good use with this epic Popeye the Sailor Man costume. Though it brought a smile to our faces the pouty Popeye was less pleased advising: “Never buy a costume that says ‘One size fits most’.”
Channing Tatum as Pooh
Someone who we wouldn’t mind flaunting it is Channing Tatum. Unfortunately for us he decided to go for a more huggable costume. Or at least attempted a more huggable costume. “Pretty sure I terrified all the children at our daughter’s Halloween carnival today,” the actor posted on Instagram. “Btw – I’m pooh bear in case anyone can’t tell.” Better luck next year, Channing.