The reality star wore a crimson velvet bikini and headdress as she posed with a snake wrapped around herself
Kim Kardashian debuted a third Halloween costume on Wednesday — and it was a wild one!
To embody stripper vampire Santánico Pandemonium in Quentin Tarantino's cult classic, Kardashian donned a crimson velvet bikini with gold accents, an elaborate feathered headdress and a gold snake-inspired bracelet. In the clip, set to the Tito & Tarantula song "After Dark," the Kardashians star posed with a giant yellow-and-white snake wrapped around her body.
She later ditched the snake — and the headdress — as she performed a few dance moves and shook her long hair around seductively. The video was captioned simply, "From Dusk Till Dawn."
Hayek, 57, caught wind of the costume tribute and re-shared Kardashian's video on her Instagram Story with a message for the SKIMS mogul. "Bravo @kimkardashian. I'm so honored," she wrote to her. "You've brought back some wild memories … and a little PTSD. Kim wore it best."
Hayek's PTSD comment likely refers to the fact that she had to film the iconic snake-dancing scene despite being intensely afraid of the reptiles. Reflecting back on the role in 2017, the actress said she went into a "trance" to get through filming.
"Quentin told me, ‘Oh, by the way, you’re dancing with a snake.’ I said, ‘I can’t do that, I can’t do that. It’s my greatest fear,’” Hayek recalled to Yahoo! Entertainment.
"I had to overcome my greatest fear. I had to go into a trance to do the dance," she continued. "And there was no choreography. It was improvised. Because you can’t choreograph a snake — we don’t know what she’s going to do!”
Prior to posting her From Dusk Till Dawn video, Kardashian did two other Halloween costume reveals on Instagram on Tuesday. The first featured her and her 10-year-old daughter, North West, reenacting another movie throwback, this time the 1995 rom-com Clueless.
She shared a carousel of photos of the pair striking a series of poses, with Kardashian dressed as Cher (originally played by Alicia Silverstone) in a yellow plaid jacket and pleated miniskirt and North clad as Dionne (Stacey Dash) in a similar black-and-white plaid look.
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The two made sure to include the movie duo's knee socks and fun accessories, including Cher's fluffy bag and Di's oversize hat adorned with a large black bow and a red rose.
"Ugh, as if!" Kardashian wrote over one photo of herself, in a nod to Cher's memorable line of dialogue.
For her second costume, the mom of four, sister Khloé Kardashian and two friends teamed up for a group theme: Bratz. They dressed in different colored miniskirts and minidresses with over-the-knee tights, berets and vampy platform shoes to embody the fashion dolls, which became a sensation when they were first released in the early 2000s.
She shared a series of photos of the group posing in their looks, as well as a video clip showing a close-up of their tiny chain-handle bags embossed with glittery Bratz nameplates.
The younger generation of Kardashians also did a fun group costume of their own. North, cousin Penelope Disick and some friends paid homage to Disney's Cheetah Girls for the spooky holiday. North dressed as the character Gabriella, played by Raven-Symoné, while Penelope chose Dorinda, played by Sabrina Bryan.
The girls showed off their colorful costumes — which featured plenty of cheetah print, naturally — in a pair of TikTok videos in which they danced to the song "Amigas Cheetahs."
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