Celebrities have been rolling out their Halloween costumes for 2023.
Some of the best costumes of the year came from celebrity couples.
Paris Hilton and Carter Reum were inspired by Britney Spears, while the Biebers honored "The Flintstones."
Heidi Klum show the stole at her annual Halloween party as a peacock, and her husband Tom Kaulitz supported her as an egg.
Klum's costume took nearly 2,000 hours to make, and it was made in collaboration with Cirque du Soleil and the makeup artist Bill Corso, according to a press release shared with Insider.
Cirque du Soleil acrobats formed Klum's peacock tail, and Kaulitz appeared next to his wife as a giant, white egg.
Monet McMichael and Jalen Noble turned to the "X-Men" for their Halloween looks.
McMichael dressed as Storm, wearing a blonde wig, electric-blue contacts, a black bodysuit, and a cape.
Noble put his spin on the Wolverine, of course wearing faux claws with a black bodysuit.
Taylor Lautner and Tay Lautner paid tribute to Timothée Chalamet and Pete Davidson with their Halloween costumes.
When Chalamet appeared on SNL in 2020, he and Davidson performed a rap during a skit.
The Lautners dressed as the faux rap duo for Halloween, wearing colorful wigs, monochromatic outfits, and chain necklaces.
"Scooby Doo" inspired Rachel Zegler and Josh Rivera's costumes.
"The Hunger Games: The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes" co-stars dressed as Daphne Blake and Fred Jones.
Zegler's look consisted of a purple dress and tights, a red wig, and a green ascot. Likewise, Rivera wore Fred's signature white sweater and blue top with an orange ascot, completing his look with a blond wig.
Paris Hilton and Carter Reum paid tribute to Britney Spears with their Halloween look.
Hilton's blue ensemble might look like a simple flight attendant's costume at first glance, but her dress and coordinating hat nod to the uniform Spears wore for her music video for "Toxic," which took place on a plane.
Reum donned a pilot's uniform to complement his wife's ensemble inspired by her longtime friend.
"In honor of our Queen," Hilton captioned an Instagram Reel of herself strutting to the song in her costume.
Justin Bieber and Hailey Bieber were inspired by "The Flintstones" for their Halloween costumes.
The Biebers put their spin on Pebbles Flintstone and Bamm-Bamm Rubble, the children from the famous cartoon.
Justin wore fuzzy yellow-and-black shorts with a coordinating baseball cap, while Hailey's green-and-black top and blue miniskirt with bone detailing on the belt offered an adult interpretation of Pebbles' toddler look.
Hailey's red wig completed her ensemble.
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos embraced the spirit of Día de Muertos with their costumes.
Consuelos and Ripa channeled the spirit of the Day of the Dead with their Halloween looks, with both donning elaborate makeup to transform themselves into skeletons.
Ripa wore a colorful skirt and floral headpiece, while Consuelos paired his makeup with a traditional floral jacket.
"Kill Bill" inspired Megan Fox and Machine Gun Kelly's Halloween costumes.
Fox and Kelly dressed as characters from Quentin Tarantino's famous film.
Fox transformed into Gogo Yubari, wearing a schoolgirl uniform, carrying Gogo's famous meteor hammer, and painting blood on her face.
Kelly put his spin on The Bride's outfit with a yellow tracksuit in place of the form-fitting bodysuit Uma Thurman wore in the film.
Kaia Gerber and Austin Butler turned to the art world for their Halloween costumes.
Butler turned himself into the artist Andy Warhol for Halloween, wearing a blonde wig, sunglasses, and a leather jacket.
To complement his look, Gerber dressed as Warhol's superstar Edie Sedgwick. Her look consisted of sheer tights, a high-neck top, and a cropped wig, and she carried a cigarette in her mouth throughout the evening.
Meanwhile, Gerber's parents channeled "Grease."
Rande Gerber and Cindy Crawford looked exactly like Danny Zuko and Sandy Olsson from "Grease," with both wearing black pants and leather jackets.
Crawford's curly, blond hair tied her costume together.
Sarah Hyland and Wells Adams' "Happy Gilmore"-inspired costumes had a sweet connection to "Modern Family."
Adams dressed as the titular character from the film, wearing a jersey and carrying a hockey stick, while Hyland wore a sweater vest, skirt, and blond wig to become Virginia Venit.
Julie Bowen, who played Hyland's mom on "Modern Family," was Virginia in the movie, making the costume even more fun for Hyland.
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